Moore gets down to business in Western Australia
Moore Business Systems scores contract to manage forms for Western Australia Health.
The three-year contract, with periods of extension, commences in June this year and includes the printing, warehousing and distribution of forms to users throughout the Health division.
David Glavonjic, (pictured) who recently joined as CEO of the national organisation, said that savings of several million dollars will result from amalgamating supply and streamlining the distribution of forms within WA Health, along with allowing staff to devote more time to patients.
“It’s a significant contract; we look after a number of large contracts for companies with mission-critical printing and print management work,” he said.
“Moore is committed to exceeding the expectations of WA Health and as the customer, WA Health and the public will benefit both through an improved forms management service and through real dollar savings.”
According to Glavonjic, 80 per cent of the printing work will be conducted within Western Australia, with the remaining work taking place at Moore’s Wodonga-based printing headquarters.
Keeping the majority of the work at local Perth printing operation, Westcare, which employs disabled people to help in its operations, means that they will still be able to remain involved with printing.
“We are keen to work with Westcare and have approached them to join us in the delivery of services,” Glavonjic said.