WA department inks multi million dollar ECM deal

Covers 1700 users

Enterprise content management provider, Objective Corporation, has inked a deal worth more than $3.6 million with the WA Department of Planning and Infrastructure.

Objective has already inked deals with a number of government agencies. This deal covers 1700 users.

It is the first new business to be awarded under the recently established preferred supplier panel for Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) across Western Australian government (Common Use Arrangement 8005).

The contract covers a period of seven years and represents a minimum value of three and a half million dollars.

The department is responsible for a diverse range of services to the WA community and Objective will be the single information repository that underpins the department's information and business processes.

It will be deployed across the widely dispersed agency and used by more than 1700 staff across five city offices, 11 regional offices and 14 licensing centres across the state.

Objective CEO, Tony Walls, said the contract is a significant addition to the company's growing WA customer base.

"It testifies to the success of our vision of providing seamless, scalable and secure enterprise content management for government," he said.

"With the largest dedicated team of ECM specialists in the state we will continue to work with our customers in this region and provide them with long-term, local service and support."

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