Resolve has been appointed to the Western Australian (WA) Government's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Common Use Agreement (CUA) 14008. The CUA 14008 is an agreement for all WA public authorities purchasing ICT services, and allows government buyers to procure services from suitably qualified and experienced consulting organisations.
Resolve has completed its set of Ombudsmen Offices with the Ombudsman for the Northern Territory (Ombudsman NT) signing Resolve to develop their new Case Management System. This latest deal marks a significant milestone for the Australian software development company, having now secured all seven State and Territory Ombudsmen, as well as the Commonwealth Ombudsman. Several industry Ombudsmen also use Resolve.
Australian software developer, Resolve, has secured a deal for the implementation of the new Right to Information Workflow Solution for Queensland's Department of Communities (DoCS). Resolve's solution will provide for the capture, management and reporting of all Right to Information (RTI) requests submitted to the Department.
Queensland's Department of Education and Training (DET) is expanding its use of Resolve, rolling out the Australian owned Dynamic Case Management software solution to its Human Resources Branch (HRB) to manage Ethical Standards and Employee Conduct.
Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) has chosen Australian software developer Resolve to implement its new Case Management solution managing the investigation of employee misconduct cases, as well as the drug and alcohol tests and monitoring processes.
The Ambulance Service of NSW is expanding its use of Resolve's Case Management System with the addition of a new solution to address the processes of the Death and Disability Unit (D & D). This expansion follows the use of Resolve within the Professional Standards and Conduct Unit (PSCU) of the Ambulance Service.
Resolve today announced the appointment of Chris Morison as the company's Chief Executive Officer, effective 11 April 2011.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) is partnering with Melbourne'based software developer Resolve to implement a business'critical case management system.
The Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner (OADC) in Tasmania has moved to improve its service delivery by implementing Resolve to manage its complaints.
Queensland's Department of Education and Training has followed the lead of numerous other Queensland Government departments by selecting Melbourne-based software developer Resolve to implement a case management solution within its Legal and Administrative Law Branch (LALB).
Today, Resolve announces another success in the Queensland Government sector, having won a contract with the Office of the Adult Guardian (OAG) to implement its new Client Management System. The OAG deal follows the highly effective implementation of Resolve within Victim Assist Queensland. Both agencies are part of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, and join Resolve's growing list of Queensland Government clients.
The newly established Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has selected Melbourne-based software developer Resolve to implement a business-critical case management system.
The Office for Women in South Australia has signed with Melbourne-based software developer Resolve to manage its enquiries process.
Merit Protection Boards Victoria signs with Resolve to provide an appeals and grievance management solution.
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