HP moves into WA

Hopes to support growth in the region

HP has invested in the Western Australian market with the opening of a new office located in the eastern part of the city centre.

The office was officially opened on September 18 by Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance, Commerce, and Small Business, Joe Francis. It hosted HP customers and business partners.

According to the vendor, a WA presence will allow the HP team to directly support the provisioning of IT solutions to governments, businesses and consumers in the region.

“Our technology helps protect West Australians, improve their health systems, manage their educational outcomes and maintain their state records,” HP South Pacific managing director, David Caspari, said. “We are excited to play a critical part in WA’s continued growth as a region.”

Additionally, HP foresees IT as integral to enabling and sustaining growth for many organisations across WA.