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.