WA print manager wins ‘game-changing’ public sector contract

The one-year contract to manage supply and design of printed material has the option to be extended for a further five years.

WPM chief executive Neil Clark (pictured) described the win as a “game-changer” for the six-staff company.

“There are other government departments out there, which are waiting to see what will happen with this contract, so there is a lot of work waiting in the wings,” he said.

“We will be producing all of DCS’s marketing, information packages, design work and promotional work, and they are particularly pleased with our delivery system.

“A lot of the bigger print management companies have a number of systems all cobbled together to make their business work, but this one system is so powerful it does absolutely everything for us and our clients,” added Clark.

He stressed that the print manager was a strong supporter of the local printing industry and that 95% of the work would be produced locally.

WPM is based in the Perth suburb of Leederville and operates a fully automated management system, developed in the US.

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