May 21, 2019; Perth, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has been successful in winning two contracts for the supply of Microsoft software to the Western Australian Government including the Education sector.
The three-year contracts will see Data#3 as the sole provider for Microsoft software to the Western Australian Government.
The Western Australian Government sought a provider that would deliver governance, ensure compliance and offer strategic efficiencies with the planning and deployment of Microsoft licensing and cloud-based technologies.
Data#3 was selected thanks to its value for money proposal, which focused on providing flexibility and autonomy to government agencies in line with the State’s ICT strategy, offering strategic advice and knowledge sharing in issues resolution, and being able to identify further cost saving opportunities for Microsoft licensing solutions.
Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham, commented, “We have a long-standing history of working with the Australian Government to effectively leverage technology for advantage. The team at Data#3 look forward to leveraging our extensive skills in the area of Microsoft software and services to deliver real business outcomes to the Western Australian Government.”
Data#3 General Manager for Western Australia, Kingsley McGarrigle, said, “The Data#3 Western Australian office is going from strength to strength, and the investment we’ve placed in our people is directly passed onto our customers through innovative solutions. These contract wins are a direct result of this investment and the expertise we deliver.”
As Microsoft’s largest Australian partner, Data#3 offers customers the assurance that they will be working with a qualified team, who deliver Microsoft licensing solutions with first-class technical and support expertise. This dedicated partnership ensures that customers maximise the value and benefits from their investments in Microsoft software.