The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will be the largest sporting event Australia will see this decade and the biggest sporting spectacular the Gold Coast has ever seen. In April 2018, 6,600 athletes and team officials from 71 nations and territories, along with 15,000 volunteers, will converge on the Gold Coast for an 11 day sporting and cultural event. 18 sports and 7 para-sports will be contested and broadcast to a cumulative global audience of 1.5 billion.
- Deliver robust and cost effective technology infrastructure and service platforms for Information Diffusion Systems (IDS) and Games Management Systems (GMS) that ensures all aspects of related business connectivity and information flow are fit for purpose, thus enabling a high performance GC2018 environment.
- The Information Diffusion Systems (IDS) and Games Management Systems (GMS) will form a key component in supporting this corporate strategy, along with GOLDOC’s Vision, Mission and Objectives for the Games.
- Games Management System (GMS)
- Information Diffusion System (IDS)
- Australian hosted and managed private (Canopy) cloud platform
- The solutions will form a critical part of a world class technology environment being implemented by GOLDOC in preparation for and during the Games.
- These systems will support Accreditation Management, the Volunteer Portal, Volunteer Application Form, Sport Entries Management and will incorporate the central results platform during the Games so that results are immediately available.
- Best of Breed, state of the art systems based on the Olympic Games solution standard
- Confidence in a tried and tested software solution and associated development and support services
- Deep subject matter expertise and experience
- Lower cost, lower risk, faster delivery, proven integration
Key Project Information:
- Contract start date: April 2016
- Contract end date: June 2018
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an Australian public university located in Perth, Western Australia. It is composed of over 27,000 students. Courses are offered across three campuses – Joondalup and Mount Lawley in metropolitan Perth and the South West Campus at Bunbury.
- Rising costs for maintaining and upgrading an on-premise data centre.
- Rapid changes in technology and students’ expectations require a modern, fast and high-performance IT infrastructure to deploy next generation education services.
- Difficulty maintaining and attracting skills in-house.
- Ongoing capital investment in infrastructure.
- Canopy Cloud Infrastructure Services and Trusted Agile Infrastructure built on a EMC and VMware technical architecture.
- Delivered from a twin data centere cloud hub established in Perth with transition and transformation of core IT services to the new private cloud environment
- Pay-as-you-go consumption model.
- Flexible, transparent and cost efficient cloud solutions on a fast and high-performance IT infrastructure.
- Absolute security and privacy from a shielded multi-tenant private cloud data centre and data sovereignty guarantees.
- Optimise their resources with an agile infrastructure.
Key Project Information
- Contract start: March 2015
- Contract duration: 5 years + 2 years optional
Western Power is a Western Australian State Government owned corporation with the purpose of connecting people with electricity in a way that is safe, reliable and affordable. They build, maintain and operate the electricity network in the south west corner of Western Australia.
- Western Power’s Document Management System (eDOCs DM 6.0.5) reached the end-of-support on 31 December 2012 and subsequently, is no longer maintained by the vendor.
- New fixes or patches will not be developed unless it is a business critical function.
- The product is at end-of-life. No further releases of versions are suitable and available for use by Western Power.
The primary objectives of this Atos solution are to deliver a fit for purpose solution, on time and to budget that meet the following objectives:
- Improved document management user experience.
- To provide key document management functionality on a stable and supported system.
- To provide Western Power with a system that satisfies regulatory and audit requirements.
- To minimise disruption to end users during the cutover period.
- Provide a platform for future enhancements to Western Power’s information management capability including workflow and collaboration.
- Capacity-as-a-Service based upon utilisation model.
- Compliance with the Government record keeping legislation.
- Improve aspects of record keeping management and the administration of control documents.
- Improved user experience including satisfaction and improved efficiency.
Key Project Information
- Contract start: April 2015
- Contract duration: 17 months
- Deploy a technology platform that;
– Provide a holistic view of the materiel state of the ship
– Support deployable capability for extended periods
– Enables ship maintenance to be planned and executed at the right time by the right people
- Maximise availability of the surface fleet
- Align with configuration status
- Single solution across entire surface fleet
- Navy specific requirements, e.g.
– Tailored defect reporting
– Ship and shore work package production
– Ship allowance and equipment parts lists
- Ability to operate system off line
Key Project Information
- Contract start date: 2002
- Contract end date: Ongoing
The Navy provides maritime forces that contribute to the Australian Defence Force’s capacity to defend Australia, contribute to regional security, support global interests, shape the strategic environment and protect national interests.
- AMPS Application
- Atos Implementation and Support Services
- Ship shore communication through Advanced Data Exchange
- Closed loop integration with Configuration Management tool.