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8 August 2017

Maia Financial- a WALGA preferred supplier for local government


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Maia Financial- a WALGA preferred supplier for local government

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Alleasing are pleased to announce that the company is now a Western Australia Local Government Association (WALGA) preferred supplier.

What does this mean?

 

As a preferred supplier, local government bodies across Western Australia can be assured that any supplier listed under WALGA can provide high quality services with competitive pricing structures, enabling councils and government entities to make the most of their capital.

Benefits of the WALGA Preferred Supplier List

  • Value

By working with Alleasing, you already know that our business is able to provide WALGA members with a service and offering that is competitive and is viable for local governments.

  • Savings

As a preferred supplier, local governments don’t have to go to tender, resulting in a smoother and more efficient transaction process.

  • Management

All suppliers have been chosen using WALGA’s own specialist procurement team who select the most appropriate organisations to be on their list.

  • Security

Organisations are all subject to rigorous public and compliant market processes to ensure that services and products are legally compliant, quality assured, have mitigated all necessary risks and security of supply.

 

More information regarding the preferred supplier program is available on the WALGA website.

In the meantime, find out how Alleasing helped WALGA to access funds for solar power and how one local council was able to install a public Wi-Fi network for their community using sustainable energy.

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