Dell wins major supply deal with Queensland Health

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Monday, 06 December, 2021

Dell wins major supply deal with Queensland Health

eHealth Queensland has awarded Dell Technologies a contract to provide equipment for a refresh of the state Department of Health’s technology fleet.

Under the agreement, Dell will provide PCs, tablets, notebooks, workstations, all-in-ones, rugged devices and monitors for the state’s 16 hospital and health services as well as those working in the Department of Health.

The contract is one of the largest commercial client deals secured by Dell Technologies in Australia to date. The company secured the deal in a competitive tender process.

Dell has also provided a dedicated device build facility located in Australia for asset tagging. Offering assurance that custom configurations could match eHealth’s security requirements, the company has already deployed devices which have supported Queensland Health’s COVID-19 vaccination drive.

Dell Technologies Australia and New Zealand Senior Vice President and Managing Director Angela Fox welcomed the contract.

“The past two years have reinforced the importance of safe and quality health care and the critical role that technology plays in the creation of improved health outcomes,” she said.

“With our focus on transforming lives through the power of technology, coupled with a flexible supply chain to ensure consistent delivery, and strong regional support, I’m proud that Dell Technologies can assist eHealth in its mission to deliver proactive and flexible services for all Queenslanders.”

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