Airborne IT and CDM Australia’s partnership enhances ICT services in regional WA

Airborne IT and CDM Australia have recently signed an agreed partnership that will provide better ICT access and support services for regional and remote communities of Western Australia.

Established in 1957, CDM Australia is a leading Australian-owned information and communications technology company.

The company has been working closely with the Department of Education WA and many of the Western Australian Government Agencies over the last 20 years to equip teachers, staff, and all organisational members with:

  • Business IT solutions - including infrastructure solutions, audio/visual equipment, hardware maintenance and the supply, implementation and after care for hardware and software;
  • Printing and Scanning devices that can be rented, financed or purchased outright;
  • Communications requirement through Telstra Business Centre, involving video conferencing, NBN satellite and cloud services. 

CDM Australia provides a mix of these services across WA, complementing Airborne IT’s commitment to closing the gap in essential and technology services between metro and regional communities. 

Noeleen Sonego, Divisional Manager at CDM Australia, commented that the partnership with Airborne IT will “provide more support and opportunities to assist with end-user installations and expansions throughout regional WA and ensure our service and commitment to our clients is of the highest level.” 

Marc French, Airborne IT’s Operations Manager, reiterated Ms Sonego’s sentiments and further added that collaborative partnerships between service providers is key to delivering essential services to WA regions. 

“At Airborne IT, we recognise our unique AeroIT capabilities makes it possible for us to provide regular visits or rapid response by a team of remote IT specialists, technicians and pilots, anywhere in WA,” said Marc. 

“We also realise that we alone are not able deliver the full range of IT and tech services that regional communities need, nor can other companies sustain an AeroIT department to be able to offer cost effective, on the ground support that we offer.”

“But together, we can meet most if not all the IT requirements in WA regions. That’s why we believe that partnerships are key to closing the gap between metropolitan, regional and remote and/or Aboriginal communities.” 

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