IT and communications service provider Paradyn has secured €3m in new contracts with the country's local authorities in the past 12 months. 

The company now provides managed services to 25 of the country's 30 local authorities, with IT contracts worth in excess of €14m won over the last five years. 

Paradyn has won a total of 10 new local authority contracts in the past three years, including Donegal County Council, Meath County Council and Wexford County Council.

Formed from the recent merger of Exigent Networks, Irish Telecom and Netforce, Paradyn manages more than 30,000 public and private sector users who use up to 75,000 devices between them. 

As well as managed IT and communications services, it also provides clients with integrated cyber security solutions that can help them to defend against advanced threats.

Paradyn has designed bespoke solutions for each local authority, which enables them to become more efficient, more productive and benefit from less time spent managing IT.