Konica Minolta in govt supply deal

Konica Minolta Australia has been chosen to sit at the Federal Government’s Major Office Machines (MOMs) panel, which plans to provide more competitive purchase, lease and maintenance costs on office equipment for all government department and agencies.

For the next four years Konica Minolta will supply network printers, multifunction devices, dedicated high speed scanners, complimentary software solutions and a comprehensive range of support services.

Konica Minolta general manager for government, education and managed services Richard Ashley says being selected on the new MOMs panel was supported by its proven performance to deliver and support print solutions and services to the Commonwealth Government and its ability to adapt to the government’s changing requirements, including support of the government’s digitisation and sustainability objectives.

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“Across Australia, at every level of government, agencies are preparing to meet new challenges; seeking cost reductions, improving productivity and maximising efficiency, while simultaneously considering data security, privacy and environmental responsibility,” Ashley says.

“To meet these challenges, the government must adopt a digital-first approach and recognise that business process changes are required now to achieve the aims set out in its digital continuity 2020 policy.”

Ashley explains Konica Minolta leads the way in integrated, networked hardware and software solutions making them what he describes as a perfect candidate for the panel.

“To help meet the ever-increasing challenges of the digital environment, we constantly add new products and services, as well as further refine our existing offerings, so we are ideally placed to support the Federal Government in its digitisation transformation goals,” he adds.

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