July 05, 2022; Perth, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has been appointed as a preferred supplier for the State Government of WA Common User Arrangement panel for device hardware.
The company is one of a handful of suppliers that government agencies can contract to supply computing and mobile devices.
“Since the inception of our WA office in 2007, we’ve gone from strength-to-strength. This is the first time that Data#3 has been selected to sit on this panel in WA and it’s a clear indication of our significant local growth, investment and expert capability,” said Kingsley McGarrigle, State General Manager for WA at Data#3.
Data#3 offers end-to-end hardware and IT procurement services. From procurement and configuration through to installation and disposal, Data#3’s flexible and simple model allows agencies to bundle multiple vendor products to maximise the value of their investment.
For this State Government contract, Data#3 offers device hardware across a number of categories to public sector agencies, as well as ancillary services such as installation and disposal.
“Our key differentiator is our approach. It reduces complexity and adds value by minimising total cost of ownership over the life of devices, accessories and mobile assets. Our local team of specialists are dedicated to ensuring the WA Government achieves their business objectives and we look forward to working with them as part of this panel,” said McGarrigle.
“We also plan to continue to place further significant investment locally to facilitate the growing demand for warehousing, configuration and integration services. Our aim is to further strengthen the supply chain so that WA businesses, government entities and corporate organisations can reduce costs while increasing efficiency,” concluded McGarrigle.
Laurence Baynham, Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, commented, “We have an established history of successfully working with the public sector both nationally and locally in WA. We’re excited to not only be appointed to the panel, but to continue in assisting the State Government of Western Australia to deliver their digital future.”