KDR is pleased to welcome the State Records Office of WA (SROWA) as a new customer. The SROWA is the Western Australian public records authority responsible for managing, preserving and providing access to the State’s information records. A key service provided by the agency is a digitisation-on-request facility for the digitisation and digital delivery of
KDR welcomes a further commitment by the Department to extend KDR’s project governance, solution design and solution delivery services. KDR will provide ongoing architecture, analysis, development and testing services across DoT’s Angular / Java / AWS technology stack. This will include work on the Department’s marine and coastal business systems, the TRELIS infrastructure refresh, and
KDR will provide further assistance to HBF with ongoing support of HBF’s PPM solution. KDR will implement a number of software productivity enhancements designed to improve PMO, Project Manager and Resource Manager productivity.
KDR continues to see significant growth in project governance and application development services following our appointment to the DMIRS Program Services panel earlier in the year. Our Project Management and application services teams will assist the Department across a range of digital transformation programs and activities.
KDR is delighted to welcome St Bart’s as a new project governance customer. St Bart’s is a WA charity providing supported accommodation services to vulnerable members of our community. KDR will assist St Bart’s establish a project framework, governance and artefacts for a number of new corporate information systems.
KDR will assist the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage expand the use of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for a range of additional field service applications. These enhancements are designed to improve the consistency and efficiency of the Department’s field operations.
KDR confirms commencement of a new governance project with the WA Police. The Infringement Management Reform Project will procure and replace the current WA Police infringement processing system. KDR will assist Police implement a new system to introduce business process efficiencies and improve overall customer services.
KDR will assist the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety deliver elements of a five-year plan to transform, modernise and rationalise the storage, management and delivery of geoscience data. KDR will provide business analysis services to create an initial set of use cases and acceptance criteria to transition and support data, including making historic
KDR is pleased to announce confirmation of ongoing DBA services for the Department’s MS SQL and Oracle environments. The scope of work will include implementation, migration and administration of MS SQL and Oracle clustering, along with data backup and recovery procedures.