AWA appointed as state government supplier
- 01 October, 2013 13:50
Technology services provider AWA has been appointed to the NSW Government supplier panel.
The panel, developed by the Department of Finance in consultation with industry and government agencies is part of the state’s ICT Services Scheme.
The scheme is designed to offer agencies a panel of pre-qualified service providers to allow faster and more efficient access to new, innovative and effective business services.
The appointment is a boost for AWA, which already provides a comprehensive range of enterprise on-site and return-to-base services for both business and government across Australia.
Their services include break/fix, deployment, project rollouts and device management.
Chief executive Philip Belcher said AWA had a strong history of providing technology services to state government departments.
“This new opportunity comes at a good time for AWA as we focus on marketing our comprehensive range of ICT managed services to government agencies,” he said.
“These days many customers need an end to end service, or as we call it ‘whole of life’, where ICT products are deployed, supported, serviced and finally refurbished as required.”
Belcher said the move to private and public cloud offerings was accelerating the demand for such services.
“We look forward to working with NSW Government agencies on customising business solutions to meet their ever changing needs as government services move to cloud technology and are delivered using the Internet,” he said.
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