Content, collaboration, and process management solutions provider, Objective Corporation, has been appointed as a supplier of the Western Australia government.
Objective is an accredited supplier under the Information and Communication Technology Common Use Agreement, a mandatory agreement for all WA public authorities purchasing IT services. This is the first time Objective has been included on this agreement.
Objective qualified for this agreement under the business solution services category, which includes the establishment, implementation, maintenance, and support of information and process management solutions.
As an accredited supplier, public sector organisations will be able to procure Objective's enterprise content management and enterprise content creation solutions. Objective's ECM 8 solution is already being used by a number of public sector organisations in WA, including Parliament of WA, Health Corporate Network WA, and the WA Police to manage large amount of electronic information securely and with transparency.
Objective said the purchasing process has been streamlined with pre-agreed terms and conditions, which enable agencies to acquire Objective software services easily.
Objective CEO Tony Walls said the win highlights the company's ability to deliver solutions that meet the specific requirements of West Australian organisations.
"Objective is pleased to be working with the Western Australian Government to simplify the procurement process for their departments and agencies," he said.
"We understand the importance and value that next generation information management brings to state government organisations and we are committed to continually delivering solutions that meet their specific requirements."
Previously, Objective was part of the WA government's Common Use Arrangement panel for electronic documents and records management system selection, but the agreement has now expired.