KDR welcomes WACHS as a new customer in June. KDR will provide BA services to review a range of WebPAS enhancements, including the development of a project initiation document to identify current status and an activity scope for both business and technology changes.
KDR confirms a further extension of services to assist PCH finalise the operational readiness of all PCH clinical and non-clinical services. KDR’s Testing and Business Analysis teams will drive commissioning activities across a range of solutions and applications for key operational stakeholders.
KDR is pleased to announce extensions to a number of engagements at DPLH. KDR will provide further project management services to deliver the LandsWA Integrated Works Management solution (iWMS). KDR will also provide ongoing application testing services for the LandsWA Integrated WorkFlow Management system.
KDR will provide Business Consulting services for a number of the Department’s Building Commission Projects. A key focus of the Department is to reform the building approvals process through implementation of a standard model. KDR will assist DMIRS engage with stakeholders and identify business process changes and technology improvements to more effectively manage the building application and approval process.
KDR will also provide additional J2EE development services to maintain and support the eMiTS title management system, and to develop the eMiTS Java components of the Department’s Tengraph replacement project. This will include migration of components from DB2 to SQL server.
KDR confirms additional services at DLGSC to assist with a number of TechnologyOne support requirements. KDR will provide TechnologyOne expertise across key product configurations and support requirements.
KDR is pleased to announce that Transport has appointed KDR to the Department’s new ICT panel contract. Transport has established the panel to provide critical ICT services for several core business applications, web-based e-Business application systems, database systems and infrastructure. KDR looks forward to working closely with Transport on the successful delivery of a range of ICT services.
KDR has commenced additional Java development services for DMIRS. KDR’s team will work on upgrades to a number of java software frameworks, migrate applications to newer versions of java, and build a range of functional enhancements using J2EE, CSS and DHTML.
OSR is currently enhancing a number of revenue systems across State Taxes, Grants and Subsidies. KDR will provide a range of business analysis and testing services to assist OSR define and review user requirements, and to subsequently manage the testing process as part of the overall change management approach.
KDR welcomes LandCorp as a new customer in May. Using an efficient, tailored methodology, KDR’s CA PPM team will assist LandCorp upgrade and migrate to a current release of the CA PPM software product. The scope of work will include core PPM functionality, along with configuration and testing of a number of interfaces and third-party connectivity.
KDR continues a successful relationship with DMIRS following the award of additional Java development services across a range of projects. KDR’s team will provide analysis and development expertise in the J2EE WebSphere environment, JSF and DB2.
KDR is pleased to announce commencement of two new engagements at DPLH. KDR will assist DPLH with a number of TechnologyOne support initiatives. This will include assistance and expertise across key product configurations, ongoing product implementation, and TechnologyOne training for administrators and end users.
KDR will also provide application testing services for LandsWA. KDR will work with the Agile team to assist with application and performance testing, and the creation of test cases and test plans for the Department’s Integrated WorkFlow Management system.
The Department of Communities commenced operations on 1 July 2017 following the amalgamation of functions across seven different government agencies. KDR will assist Communities integrate and transform ICT service delivery through the development of an ICT Roadmap. A key objective is to provide Communities with a vision for improved ICT service delivery across the new agency.
KDR has been selected by DLGSCI to project manage the Department’s Infrastructure Asset Refresh program of work. KDR will work closely with key business stakeholders to develop and review the project scope and requirements, and to develop and deliver an implementation plan for the asset refresh.
KDR is pleased to confirm commencement of two new projects for the Western Australian Police Force. KDR will conduct independent reviews of WA Police Business Information Services (BIS) operations, and also specialist service operations. The scope of the reviews will include an assessment of areas of strength and areas for improvement across key operational processes, resource alignment, service delivery and achievement of customer services levels.
KDR is pleased to confirm a further extension of CA Project & Portfolio Management (CA PPM) services at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. KDR will provide ongoing CA PPM maintenance and extended support services, including system enhancements and project work as required. This will include supporting core CA PPM functionality, and also interfacing between CA PPM and the Department’s HR, Finance and Document Management systems.
KDR will also provide additional CA PPM support for the Silver Chain Group. Following a successful CA PPM implementation project, KDR will assist Silver Chain with further CA PPM support and maintenance services.
KDR has confirmed additional IT services to support the City of Canning. KDR will extend an existing relation to provide further ICT Support Services to assist the City manage a range of IT services and solutions.
KDR will provide further assistance to the Department of Planning, Land and Heritage to review and build an updated network architecture and configuration. KDR will undertake a current state assessment, and provide the Department with options for future network design.
KDR welcomes the Office of State Revenue as a new customer in March. As a key WA State Government agency, OSR is working to enhance a number of revenue systems supporting State taxes, grants and subsidies. KDR will assist OSR design, build and deploy a range of application modifications and enhancements, along with ongoing support and maintenance services. Key activities will include J2EE application development in a WebLogic environment, in addition to Oracle ADF, Oracle Forms and PL/SQL development.
KDR is pleased to announce commencement of additional Java Development services at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. KDR will assist the Building and Energy Division build a number of solutions supporting delivery of the Building Reform 2020 program of work. This will include an electronic lodgement of notices for plumbers, a building permit approval system, along with related integration with payment systems and backend Oracle databases.
KDR’s Cloud Practice welcomes the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions as a new customer in February 2018. The ODPP is embarking on a digital transformation journey to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of prosecutorial services in WA. KDR’s Cloud Practice will provide strategic Advisory Services to assist ODPP plan and manage the transition of core IT solutions to the cloud. The first phase of this process will include cloud adoption recommendations, along with a business case and transition timelines.
KDR has been awarded additional application development services at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. KDR will develop a number of enhancements to the DMIRS Mineral Titles system, with a key focus on improvements to the Mineral Titles Debt Recovery process. KDR will provide Java/J2EE services, Oracle database skills and JSF expertise.
KDR will also extend an ongoing relationship to provide Java Analysis and Development services for the Department’s EnergySafety division. KDR will undertake further work on a number of application systems, including mobile compliance solutions, and enhancements to the existing eNotice application for the electronic provision of electrical and gas fitting work notices
KDR has made a strong start to 2018 with new Project Governance services at the Department of Health and the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, and additional Program Management services at the Water Corporation. KDR will assist Health drive a major project to replace the current medical imaging solution across nine metropolitan hospitals. KDR’s scope of work will include managing implementation of a new imaging system, in addition to sustaining and remediating the existing solution to ensure continuity of service during transition.
KDR’s new DPLH engagement will include project management of the LandsWA Integrated Works Management solution (iWMS). The iWMS solution will support improved business processes and enhanced integration across business platforms. KDR will assist DPLH manage overall development, testing and deployment of the system.
To conclude a busy January, KDR extended an ongoing successful relationship with the Water Corporation, providing program governance and leadership for the Water Corporation’s Spatial Program Management framework. KDR will assist the Water Corporation further develop and extend the delivery strategy for spatial solutions, and provide Program and Project Management services across a range of spatial projects.
KDR continues to see strong demand for our pragmatic, cost effective and business oriented information technology services. December has seen an extension of our ongoing operational commissioning work at the Perth Children’s Hospital, further project governance work at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and additional data warehouse consulting at ICWA. KDR will additionally extend J2EE, JSF and DB2 services at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety.
KDR also welcomes North Metropolitan TAFE as a new customer in December. KDR’s growing Cloud Practice will assist North Metro TAFE develop a strategy for migrating college-based ICT services to the cloud. Key activities will include requirements for connecting to and consuming GovNext ICT services, and overall transition plans for migration to a cloud environment.
Following the State Government’s recent Machinery of Government changes, KDR has been given the opportunity to assist the new Department of Planning, Land and Heritage review and build out an updated network architecture and configuration. KDR will undertake a current state assessment, and provide the Department with options for future network design.
KDR is pleased to confirm appointment as a new supplier to the Insurance Commission of Western Australia. KDR’s initial engagement will the provision of expert data transformation services, focusing on the design and implementation of data marts. Further work is expected to assist ICWA transform and migrate operational data into the data marts.