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KDR Supports Our Customers, Employees and Partners During Challenging Times

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KDR Supports Our Customers, Employees and Partners During Challenging Times

24/04/2020

KDR continues to support our customers, employees and partners during these challenging times.  With a busy program of work, many organisations have transitioned to a working-from-home model.  KDR has assisted a number of customers with this transition, and is pleased to confirm extensions on a range of ongoing project management, business analysis and Java application development engagements at the Department of Communities, the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety, the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage and the Department of Transport.

Our Project Portfolio Management (PPM) practice continues to grow, with additional PPM software support confirmed at DevelopmentWA and the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development.  KDR has additionally commenced two new projects to migrate PPM solutions to the Google Cloud for a major healthcare provider, and a utility organisation.

KDR is also happy to commence new work with the Public Transport Authority (PTA) and the Insurance Commission of Western Australia (ICWA).  KDR will provide project support for the PTA’s Project Management Office, and provide consulting services to review ICWA’s Instructure Strategy.  Our consulting team will develop a proposed high-level strategic plan for infrastructure service delivery, including an assessment of risks or issues, along with priorities and costs for planned initiatives.

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