Computing and Mobile Devices CUACMD2014

Common Use Arrangement (CUA) buyers guide for agency staff who need to buy computing and mobile devices.

The Computing and Mobile Devices CUA provides an efficient and effective framework for sourcing computing products including desktops, notebooks, tablets and other devices at competitive prices.

The mandatory status for this CUA is summarised below:

Region Computing Devices Accessories including peripherals
Perth metro area Mandatory Non-mandatory
All other regions Non-mandatory

Customers must also ensure that all purchases comply with their organisation’s internal procurement policies and guidelines.

In accordance with Western Australian Procurement Rules, you can buy outside of this CUA and directly source from an Australian Disability Enterprise (ADE) or Aboriginal Business

Education customers

This CUA is mandatory in the Perth Metropolitan Area for the Department of Education and schools. However, some products are not available due to existing contractual arrangements.

Buyers should review the relevant categories in the Government Contract Directory: Education Edition to understand what is available; and access product lists, pricing and order forms via the Department of Education intranet site (not this website).

In addition, to obtain support from the Department of Education's ICT Customer Service Centre (CSC), schools need to buy products approved by the Department of Education. Schools should contact their ICT Customer Relationship Manager with any queries.

For Education enquiries please call (08) 9264 5555 (Metro) or 1800 012 828 (Regional), email customer.service.centre@education.wa.edu.au.  

Applicable General Conditions of Contract

The General Conditions of Contract (August 2012) applies to this arrangement.

What's on offer?

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Description and categories

There are currently fifteen product types available under this CUA. Additional product types may be added over the term of the CUA as government requirements change.

Business grade devices Consumer grade devices Thin and Zero Client devices
  • Desktop
  • Notebook
  • Chromebook
  • Tablet/Phablet
  • Hybrid
  • Workstation
  • Other
  • Desktop
  • Notebook
  • Chromebook
  • Tablet/Phablet
  • Hybrid
  • Other
  • Thin Client
  • Zero Client

Business grade devices

These devices are sometimes referred to as ‘enterprise grade’ devices, with characteristics such as durable chassis, longer product lifecycles and remote access and diagnostics. Warranties can be extended beyond the typical one-year period for consumer grade devices. Business grade product types are as follows:

  • Chromebooks
  • Desktops
  • Hybrids
  • Notebooks
  • Tablets and phablets
  • Workstations
  • Other.

Consumer grade devices

By default, consumer grade devices do not have the enterprise level features discussed above and tend to be lower cost alternatives. Consumer grade product types are as follows:

  • Chromebooks
  • Desktops
  • Hybrids
  • Notebooks
  • Tablets and phablets
  • Other.

Thin and Zero Client devices

Thin and Zero Clients are low cost devices with low or limited local processing power, storage and memory. These devices suit a more virtualised environment where servers provide the required processing power. Product types are as follows:

  • Thin Clients
  • Zero Clients.

Brands available

The following 14 brands are currently available from the CUA:

  • Acer
  • Apple
  • Asus
  • CDM
  • Dell
  • Dell Wyse
  • EDsys
  • Hewlett-Packard (HP)
  • Lenovo
  • Lenovo VXL
  • LG
  • Microsoft
  • Samsung
  • Toshiba.

Additional peripherals and/or accessories brands are also available on a non-mandatory basis.

Computer accessories

We recommend purchasing peripherals and other accessories from our CUA suppliers to ensure compatibility with CUA devices. The following items are available by sending quotes to qualified suppliers:

Peripherals:

  • Monitors
  • Keyboard, Mouse & combinations
  • External webcams
  • External hard drives
  • USB hubs
  • Y cables
  • Docking stations
  • Device batteries such as Notebook batteries.
  • Notebook Battery Charging Packs (AC adapters)
  • External Bluetooth (dongle)
  • External speakers
  • Memory sticks (USB)
  • Blu-Ray players
  • Headphones
  • Graphics Cards.

Accessories and Other:

  • Security locks
  • Notebook carry bags
  • Anti-theft solutions and software
  • Covers and specialised casing
  • Stands and monitor arms.

For further information, please refer to the Glossary of Terms in Supporting Information of this document or speak to the Contract Manager.

Out of scope activity

  • Ruggedized computing and mobile devices.
  • Mobile handsets such as smartphones.
  • Wearable devices such as smart watches.
  • Tablets and phablets that are bundled with data plans.  

Buying rules

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Keep in mind before you buy

Please confirm the internal buying rules within your organisation. Existing contracts will need to be fulfilled before you transition to this CUA.

Quote form

There are monetary threshold buying rules that apply to this CUA. Thresholds below are GST inclusive.

The following buying rules apply to purchases under this CUA.:

Monetary threshold Buying rule
Up to $500,000 Request written quotations from at least one contractor or the nominated dealers (use the CUA Quote Form).
$500,001 and above Request written quotations from more than one contractor or the nominated dealers.

Other policy requirements

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State agencies should be aware of the following requirements under Western Australian Procurement Rules as they apply to purchases from this CUA. The below table is a summary of the requirements, and State agencies are encouraged to review the WA Procurement Rules.

Procurement planning

Requirement WA Procurement Rules
Buyers must prepare a procurement plan and submit it to the State Tender Review Committee No, not when purchasing from this CUA
Buyers must involve the Department of Finance No, buyers do not need to involve the Department of Finance when purchasing from this CUA. (WA Procurement Rule C1)
Buyers must obtain approval from an authorised officer of the Department of Finance to purchase through an alternative arrangement to this (mandatory) CUA

Yes, for all values and delivery locations where the purchase of goods and/or services under the CUA are mandatory (WA Procurement Rule C2.2)

Please note that State agencies are not required to request advice or approval from the Department of Finance, regardless of value, to purchase from an ADE or an Aboriginal Business

Request development and contract formation

Requirement WA Procurement Rules
Buyers must prepare an evaluation report

No, not when purchasing from this CUA

Buyers must submit an evaluation report to the State Tender Review Committee. No, not when purchasing from this CUA
Buyers must publish details of their purchase on Tenders WA. No, when purchasing from this CUA (WA Procurement Rule D8.1[3])
Buyers must record the purchase on the agency’s contract register, as instructed within the buying agency’s financial management manual. Yes, for all purchases above $50,000 (WA Procurement Rule F5), unless alternative arrangements have been approved under WA Procurement Rule F5(6).

Contract management

Requirement WA Procurement Rules
Buyers must prepare a contract management plan. Contract management or project management plans must be developed for all Procurements with a Total Estimated Value of $5 million and above (WA Procurement Rule E1[1]), unless exempted under WA Procurement Rule E1(2).
Buyers must publish details of contract variations on Tenders WA. Not when purchasing from this CUA.
Buyers must seek advice from the Department of Finance on variations. No, State agencies do not need to seek advice from the Department of Finance on variations.

Exemption from using the CUA

Finance is responsible for processing and approving all requests from State agencies seeking exemption from using a mandatory CUA. Requests for an exemption are considered on a case-by-case basis, and a requesting agency must be able to demonstrate that a business need cannot be adequately met by the relevant CUA.

Exemption requests should be directed to the Assistant Director Procurement Frameworks through an email to the contract manager in the first instance. Requests for exemption must be in writing via email and must provide sufficient explanation and background to enable the request to be considered. The requesting officer should be the Accountable Authority or delegate of the agency.

For guidelines on what to include in an exemption request, please refer to the  Common Use Arrangements Procurement Practice Guideline.

 

Sustainability

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This contract was developed in accordance with Western Australian Procurement Rules. As part of the tender process, contractors on this arrangement have provided details of, and have been scored on, their corporate social and environmental responsibility, and the initiatives they have in place to support this.

Examples of initiatives include:

Contractor Initiative
Acer Computer Australia Packing minimisation and reduction plans.
CDM Australia Pty Ltd Recycling practice for all packaging provided with our hardware.
Dell Australia Pty Ltd Asset resale and recycling program.
PAL Assembly Group Pty Ltd (EDsys) Sources components and products from leading manufacturers with a view to reduce its environmental footprint. When purchasing, it considers available options and selects products with minimum EPEAT Bronze specifications and Silver or Gold when available. EDsys sources components in bulk packing where possible.
JB Hi Fi Actively promotes power and infiltration audits/consultations with its clients.
Moncrieff Technology Solutions Pty Ltd Provision of training and advice to Moncrieff employees, contractors, and customers to ensure that all applicable environmental issues, systems and responsibilities are understood and followed.
Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd Environmental Vision 2050, a corporate vision that envisages affluent lifestyles in harmony with the Earth in 2050 and has implemented processes to work toward this vision.

 

Who supplies what?

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This matrix table provides an overview of all Contractors you can purchase from under the CUA and the device brands they are qualified to provide.

Contractor Available brands
Acer Computer Australia Pty Ltd (Acer Computer) Acer.
CDM Australia Pty Ltd Asus, CDM, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Lenovo VXL, LG, Microsoft, Samsung, Toshiba.
Dell Australia Pty Ltd Dell, Dell Wyse.
PAL Assembly Group Pty Ltd (EDsys) EDsys, LG.
JB Hi-Fi Solutions Apple, Dell, Dell Wyse, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Lenovo VXL, LG, Microsoft, Samsung.
Moncrieff Technology Solutions Pty Ltd Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Lenovi VXL, LG
Stott & Hoare Apple, Dell, Dell Wyse, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Microsoft, Samsung.
Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd Toshiba.
Winthrop Australia Apple, Lenovo, Lenovo VXL, Microsoft, Samsung.

 

What will it cost?

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Pricing 

Pricing for this CUA is based on minimum discount rates.

There is no longer a mandatory price list of products for this CUA. When buyers request quotes from CUA Contractors, these suppliers may suggest any device that they are qualified to sell in terms of brand and product type. Further information on the discounts by brands and product types for each Contractor are outlined in the Price Schedule.

Total Cost of Ownership

Consider the total cost of ownership, not just the initial purchase price in your value for money decision.

This includes direct costs, such as:

  • Hardware and software acquisition
  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Device lifecycle (e.g. 2, 3, or 4 years)
  • Training and support.

It also includes indirect costs, such as:

  • Overheads
  • Upgrades of existing infrastructure to accommodate new systems.

Additional charges

Additional charges may apply to CUACMD2014 purchases outside of the scope of the CUA.

These charges may include telecommunications costs such as data plan charges.

Mobile telecommunications services are mandatory (Statewide) under CUA 56808 Telecommunication Services, Category C – Mobile Network Services. All three Australian carriers are Contractors under this arrangement (Optus, Telstra and Vodafone).

Payment by purchasing card

The government purchasing card offers a quick and convenient method of payment allowing goods and services to be efficiently purchased.

Always remember to inform the contractor that you will be paying by government purchasing card, at the time of ordering the product or service, and ensure they clearly understand that they must send the tax invoice directly to you, the cardholder.

Note: The Contractor must not impose a surcharge on the Customer for payment by credit in accordance with 21.6 – Method of Payment of the General Conditions of Contract (August 2012).

Making the most of this contract

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If you require a computing or mobile device, the easiest way to do this is to fill in the Quote Form with the specifications that you require, and send it to Contractor(s) according to the following Buying Rules:

  • Up to $500,000 – Request written quotation(s) from at least one Contractor or their nominated dealers.
  • Above $500,001 – Request written quotations from more than one Contractor or their nominated dealers.

You can also contact CUA suppliers to gain an appreciation of their available products and services before sending a request for quote. Suppliers may offer or suggest any brand and product type that they are qualified to sell.

Ways to reduce the total cost of ownership of your computing and mobile devices include:

  • Purchasing at higher volumes to attract a discount for economies of scale.
  • Purchasing products with Energy Star/EPEAT certification.
  • Taking advantage of supplier take-back schemes where available.  

How do I buy?

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Placing your order

Orders can be placed directly with Contractors by phone, or alternatively via e-mail using the Quote Form.

What to do with the Quote Form

Buyers are required to seek quotes according to the buying rules in line with the Western Australian Procurement Rules.

The best way of using the Quote Form is to list the specifications and functionality that you need within it, and then send it to the qualified Contractor(s).

After I buy

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Active contract management pays off

Lost and stolen computers

Each year a number of notebook computers and tablets/phablets (as well as mobile phones) are lost or stolen. This risk is only increasing with a more mobile workforce. The risk of losing critical government data can be greater than the time and monetary costs of replacing devices. To mitigate this risk, it is recommended that buyers consider the following:

  • Do not save documents or files locally on to the device. Only access files that are stored on secured systems and network drives unless encryption software is enabled to secure the information.
  • Make sure that the device has a robust password mechanism, with malware and virus scanning software installed. If additional security is required, your departmental IT help desk will be able to assist.
  • Do not allow unauthorised use of your notebook computer by a third party.
  • Report the loss of the device immediately to your department IT help desk. The help desk will disable the logon. It may also be possible for a notebook to be wiped and/or disabled remotely.

Delivery for business grade devices, and Thin and Zero clients

For both ‘Business Grade Devices’ and ‘Thin and Zero Clients’, delivery will be free to any nominated delivery point located within the Perth Metro Area (Western Australian Buy Local Policy Zone 1 Area).

Contractors may fulfil deliveries through their own freight arrangements, or you can arrange your own freight of the products. In this case, your contractor must cooperate fully with your nominated hauler.

The contractor may use their network of agents/resellers/supply chain partners to fulfil delivery.

Generic delivery requirements (all devices)

The standard required timeframe for delivery of all Products from receipt of order will be:

  • Less than 11 working days from the receipt of the order for metropolitan purchases and less than 21 working days for purchases requiring regional delivery; or
  • As agreed with the Customer.

Please note that recent supply chain disruptions may impact these timeframes for certain Brands and/or Product Types. Buyers should discuss timeframe requirements with Contractors to understand and manage these issues.

If an order cannot be delivered in accordance with the Order, the Contractor must notify the Customer within 24 hours of the receipt of the Order.

Warranty and related requirements for business grade devices, and Thin & Zero clients

In addition to the minimum warranty requirements for all devices stipulated above, all ‘Business Grade Devices’ and ‘Thin & Zero Clients’ have an optional three-year warranty (as a product upgrade), with the following characteristics:

  • 3 years onsite support next working day for Perth Region WA Buy Local Policy Zone 1) locations  on all parts and labour.
  • 3 years return to base/depot within 5 working days for Regional and Remote locations WA Buy Local Policy Zone 2 and 3) on all parts and labour.
  • Warranty must include all hardware and proprietary software associated with the product, from the date of the invoice. The warranty must all include all costs associated with servicing the warranty, as detailed in the General Conditions.
  • The contractor must warrant that all products supplied in the order/customer contract will be free from deficiencies in design, performance, materials, or workmanship. All products will be free from damage at acceptance of delivery.
  • During the warranty period the supplier shall, without delay and at no cost to the customer, correct all defects and omissions in the goods covered by the warranty by way of:
  1. Repair
  2. Replacement, or
  3. Modification of other means acceptable to the customer.

If the product cannot be repaired within three (3) working days of the contractor or their nominated supplier/reseller gaining access to the equipment, the contractor will provide a replacement product for the duration of the repair. In the case of the faulty product not being able to be repaired, the confidentiality of the data on the hard drive must be ensured and the disk must be purged. The contractor must meet all costs incidental to the discharge of its warranty obligations, including any packing, freighting, reconfiguration and loading of software, disassembly and reassembly costs. Replacement parts shall be identical to, or supersede the components used in the original product configuration.

  • No restrictions are to be placed on the customer’s support staff opening the case and installing other compliant products procured from any source. Customer staff should not be expected to diagnose the cause of a fault but will provide as much information as possible to assist the technician with remote diagnosis.
  • The contractor must maintain a database of all devices supplied including a configuration list and a comprehensive repair and maintenance history. The database shall permit the recall of data and verification of warranty status using each computing device’s serial number without the need to provide any ordering data.
  • The contractor shall retain full control and responsibility for all warranty service. Where any third-party involvement occurs, either through the transmission of component manufacturers’ warranties or through the use of sub-contractors, this must be conducted in a seamless and transparent manner.

Glossary and supporting information

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Below are definitions of key terminology, including product types. If you require any further explanations, please consult the contract manager.

Business grade device

Business grade devices are ‘enterprise level’ computing or mobile devices suitable for corporate and office environments due to their durability, build quality, extended warranty options and ability to integrate well with mainstream business and productivity applications. Business grade devices possess the following characteristics:

  • Fault tolerant
  • Scalable and expandable to large organisations
  • Longevity and stability in product availability and supply
  • Customisable to the organisation
  • High reliability
  • Enhanced security features and/or options
  • Capable of storing asset number (within the BIOS or equivalent)
  • Genuine OEM Operating System License (often with ‘version downgrade’ options)
  • Battery life of at least three hours if it is a portable device
  • Encryption tools
  • Remote access and remote configuration capabilities

Due to the qualities described above, business grade devices tend to be more expensive than consumer grade devices.

Chromebook

Chromebooks are notebooks, hybrids, or other portable computing devices that run a Google operating system called ‘Chrome OS’. They are often many times cheaper than Windows or Apple OSX based computers, but they usually have minimal processing power, memory, and local storage. Chromebooks are designed to operate whilst being connected to the Internet, with most of the applications, processing power and associated data residing in Google’s “cloud”.

Computing and mobile device

Computing and mobile devices are defined as fixed or transportable products that can accept and analyse data, run applications, and serve as an endpoint that can be connected to a Local Area Network (LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN). For the purposes of the CUA, this definition excludes wearable devices, ruggedised devices, and tablets and phablets that are bundled with data plans.

Consumer grade device

Consumer grade devices are not “robust” enough to meet the “Business Grade Device” definition outlined above. Although these devices do not have the build quality, fault tolerance, longevity, or other enhanced features of business grade devices, they are usually lower cost options.

Desktop

Desktops are the most common type of non-portable computing device that are used in office and home situations. They typically consist of a case (or “chassis”) that houses the motherboard, power supply, memory, storage, and other components; as well as connecting to external peripherals such as a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

Hybrid

Hybrids combine the mobility and touch-screen display characteristics of a tablet with the ease of use that a conventional keyboard has in relation to typing. The keyboard input devices that are bundled with hybrid devices are sometimes detachable.

Notebook

Notebooks are sometimes referred to as laptops, and can be described as portable computing devices that combine a display and keyboard that can be closed in a ‘clamshell’ manner for transport. One of the newest and most popular variants are ultrabooks, which are very light and portable Windows-based notebooks that rely on fast solid-state storage instead of slower traditional hard drives. MacBook Air products are very similar to ultrabooks, but they are not regarded as ultrabooks because they run Apple’s OSX operating system.

Phablet

Phablets are highly portable battery-operated computers that are only slightly larger than smartphones (“phablet” combines “phone” and “tablet” into the same word). Like tablets, phablet products have touch-screen displays that act as an alternative to using a keyboard or mouse. The most common operating system platforms are Apple iOS, Android, and Windows. However other platforms also exist.

Tablet

Tablets are highly portable battery-operated computers, with touch-screen displays that act as an alternative using a keyboard or mouse. However they sometimes come with accessories that allow the user to connect a keyboard or other peripherals. The most common operating system platforms are Apple iOS, Android, and Windows. However other platforms also exist.

Thin client

Thin clients are computers that have very minimal processing power, memory, or storage, and have a reduced operating system (such as Windows Embedded). Instead, thin clients rely on the servers of a given organisation to provide the required processing power and computation. This means that they are much cheaper than more traditional computers, and may enable some organisations to save on cost by combining a fleet of thin clients within a ‘virtual desktop infrastructure’ (VDI).

Workstation

There are two types of workstations associated with the current CUA. The first type of “fixed workstations” are desktop computing devices that are not servers, but nonetheless have very powerful CPU’s and/or graphics cards, and a large amount of storage and memory. They are typically used for tasks that are very demanding in terms of computation, such as video and multimedia. This first type of workstation often uses high-end Intel Xeon or AMD Opteron microprocessors (but not always).

Portable versions of fixed workstations called “mobile workstations” are also covered by the CUA. Although they are typically less powerful and resemble very heavy laptops, the advantage of mobile workstations is that they can be transported from location to location. Like fixed workstations, these devices can be used for tasks that are very demanding in terms of computation.

Zero client

Zero clients are a type of thin client that do not have an operating system, but instead use efficient ‘dedicated hardware’. They also have no CPU, no memory, and no local storage. However, the value proposition of zero clients is similar to that of thin clients. Since they are much cheaper than traditional computers, they may enable some organisations to save on cost by combining a fleet of zero clients within a “virtual desktop infrastructure” (VDI).

Contractors

Acer Computer Australia (Acer Computer)

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Contact details

Contact name:
James Burns - Business Development Manager
General telephone:
Address:

About us

ABN:
78 003 872 768

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 23 March 2021

CDM Australia

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Contact details

Contact name:
Noleen Sonego (Sales Manager CDM Computers); Martin Eyer(General Manager CDM Computers)
Direct telephone:
General telephone:
+61 8 9202 4444 (Noeleen)
Address:
Website:

About us

ABN:
68 009 592 965

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 23 March 2021

Dell Australia Pty Ltd

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Contact details

Contact name:
Wayne Geddis
Direct telephone:
General telephone:
Address:

About us

ACN:
093 114 286
ABN:
37 093 114 286

Available brands: Dell, Dell Wyse

Locations Serviced: Metropolitan and Regional Western Australia

About: Dell Australia Pty Ltd is its own dealer for all Metropolitan and Regional locations in

Western Australia. It will process Quote Forms centrally and use its own network for

distributing products.

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 26 April 2022

JB Hi-Fi Solutions (JB HI-FI Group Pty Ltd)

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Contact details

Contact name:
Graeme Hurding (State Manager WA and SA)
Direct telephone:
General telephone:
Address:
JB Hi-Fi Solutions (JB HI-FI Group Pty Ltd)

About us

ACN:
093 341 819
ABN:
63 000 341 819

Locations Serviced

Metropolitan and Regional Western Australia


Available brands

Apple, Dell, Dell Wyse, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo VXL, LG, Microsoft, Samsung


About
JB HI-FI Group Pty Ltd is its own dealer for all Metropolitan and Regional locations in Western Australia. It will process Quote Forms centrally and use its own network for distributing products.


The JB HI-FI Solutions team is a specialised unit established to receive and dispatch orders placed under the CUA with free delivery in the metropolitan area. They do not operate from your local JB HI-FI stores. Unless you have a Letter of Authority from the JB HI-FI Solutions team, products should not be purchased by entering a local JB HI-FI store.


If you wish to collect items from a JB HI-FI store, please establish an account with the JB HI-FI Solutions team by using the contact details above. The JB HI-FI Solutions team will issue a Letter of Authority to enable collection and payment of the products from a nominated JB HI-FI store. The Letter of Authority ensures that you also have access to the pricing and warranties etc. agreed for the CUA.

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 26 April 2022

Moncrieff Technology Solutions Pty Ltd

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Contact details

Contact name:
Matthew Moncrieff (Chief Executive)
Direct telephone:
General telephone:
Address:
Moncrieff Technology Solutions Pty Ltd

About us

ACN:
072 961 150
ABN:
57 072 961 150

Available brands

Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Lenovi VXL, LG

Locations Serviced

Metropolitan and Regional Western Australia

About

Moncrieff Technology Solutions Pty Ltd is its own dealer for all Metropolitan and Regional locations in Western Australia. It will process Quote Forms centrally and use its own network for distributing products.

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 26 April 2022

Stott & Hoare

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Contact details

Contact name:
Brian Hawkins
General telephone:
Address:
Website:

About us

ABN:
55 009 146 516

Locations Serviced: Metropolitan and Regional Western Australia
Available brands: Apple, Dell, Dell Wyse, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Microsoft, Samsung
About: Stott & Hoare is its own dealer for all Metropolitan and Regional locations in Western
Australia. It will process Quote Forms centrally and use its own network for distributing
products.

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 4 December 2019

Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd

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Contact details

Contact name:
Daniel Murdock (Business Development Manager)
Direct telephone:
General telephone:
Address:

About us

ACN:
001 320 421
ABN:
19 001 320 421

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 26 April 2022

Winthrop Australia

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Contact details

Contact name:
Cedric Celestine
General telephone:

About us

ABN:
74 043 852 709

Locations Serviced: Metropolitan and Regional Western Australia

Available brands: Apple, Lenovo, Lenovo VXL, Microsoft, Samsung

About:

Winthrop Australia is its own dealer for all Metropolitan and Regional locations in Western Australia. It will process Quote Forms centrally and use its own network for distributing products.

For more information, including dealer contact details, please view the CUACMD2014 Nominated Dealers list.

Last updated: 22 March 2021
Page reviewed 24 May 2022