CompNow Joins the Common Use Agreement panel in Western Australia

At CompNow we are incredibly excited to announce that we are now part of the Common Use Agreement panel in Western Australia. This will only expand the offering we can bring to our WA clientele.

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We have been appointed on the CUA Panel to supply and integrate Apple, Microsoft Surface, HP, Acer and Samsung into your environment.

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WA government agencies such as departments, healthcare and education environments can now benefit from the trusted national footprint that CompNow offers. With our experienced engineers we can facilitate networking and infrastructure upgrades and maintenance. This, combined with our recent recent promotion to Dell Titanium status means that your environment can benefit from the Australia’s best server expertise.

Security is key to your modern I.T. infrastructure and at CompNow we have a range of solutions depending on your environment. Most recently we announced our partnership with CrowdStrike for industry leading protection that is radically changing how the modern workplace protects itself.

On top of all of these powerful backend solutions, we have longstanding relationships with major hardware manufactures such as; Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Dell and HP. This is supported by our large warehousing and logistics capabilities, meaning you can get your devices when you need them. CompNow also has a environmentally friendly solution to your existing fleet of aging devices in SustainIT and our Device Lifecycle Management offering. This gives your organisation the ability to safely and securely wipe the data and then either dispose of or resell the end of life device.


CompNow is really looking forward to working you and your business, department or learning environment to create a customised solutions that solves your I.T. challenges.


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