New solutions hit town

NEW electronic business solutions launched recently in Bunbury will sharpen the competitive edge for small-to-medium businesses supplying goods and services to the WA Government.

It will also create a more level playing field for suppliers of goods and services to government, according to Contract and Management Services executive director Paul Schapper.

He said the new Government Electronic Commerce steps were designed to help suppliers sharpen their competitive edge – including smaller businesses and those located in remote regional areas.

“E-commerce is beginning to play a vital role in providing WA businesses with new opportunity, not only in the state, but anywhere in the world,” Dr Schapper said. “It enables suppliers to market their goods faster, more cost-effectively and to a wider network of customers.”

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