KDR has seen a record month for new business in June, with 15 engagements across 8 new and continuing customers. This is testament to our growing reputation as a trusted delivery and transformation partner for our clients, and our ability to attract some of the best expertise in the industry.
KDR’s team at the Department of Transport has expanded again to include additional Architecture and Java application development services. KDR will assist the Department plan and deliver a strategy for building and transitioning new application solutions in the Cloud.
KDR’s Department of Communities’ team has also grown to include a range of additional project management services. KDR will project manage the sourcing and implementation of a new Asset Management and Finance solution for the Department, along with assisting the Department prepare business cases and PIDS for a number of program management activities.
KDR has additionally expanded existing teams at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. KDR will provide additional database management services and project manage a systems upgrade for DLGSCI, and provide a range of additional Java and J2EE development services for DMIRS. KDR has also been selected by DMIRS to project manage development of a number of systems for the Building and Energy division, and for the Safety Regulation System program of work.
Further new work for KDR in June includes application support for a range of business systems at the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, and assisting Curtin University migrate their TechnologyOne platform to the Cloud.
Along with Curtin University, KDR also welcomes the Department of Education and VenuesWest as new customers. KDR will provide Project Management services for a range of ICT projects at Education, including assisting with the development and configuration of the Sensei Project Management (PPM) solution.
VenuesWest has engaged KDR to complete a review of the Business-to-Customer software solution for VenuesWests’ self-managed venues. KDR will assist VenuesWest conduct a current state assessment, a future state analysis, and prepare conclusions and recommendations for next steps in VenuesWests’ digital transformation. project
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