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We have worked with many government, corporate and small to medium-sized clients in Melbourne.
Our focus is on innovative technologies to achieve maximum business benefit and future proofing for our clients.
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CUSTOM CASE REVIEW
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
REMEDIATION SOLUTIONS
BMW Australia Finance was subject to an Enforceable Undertaking by ASIC over the mis-selling of vehicle finance. We worked with them to establish a remediation programme to review over 100,000 cases to determine whether there had been any breaches in responsible lending under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act.
CUSTOM CASE REVIEW
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
REMEDIATION SOLUTIONS
BMW Australia Finance had in excess of 100,000 cases to review but did not have any systems in place which would accommodate the requirements of a case management system. Off the shelf systems were available but did not address NCCP concerns and were not reusable for BMW. There was a need for a solution, preferable on a platform already used by BMW.
CUSTOM CASE REVIEW
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
REMEDIATION SOLUTIONS
By building a customised case review solution and providing ongoing product support, Digital First enabled BMW to finalise their remediation programme, aligning to ASIC’s expectations. This was the largest remediation project pre-Royal Commission and Digital First supported the client from end-to-end.
Digital First worked with BMW’s PMO and other stakeholders around the business to ensure that the key requirements and business processes were understood. This included working with the Remediation team to identify opportunities for automation and workflow that would deliver efficiencies.
CUSTOM CASE REVIEW
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
REMEDIATION SOLUTIONS
BMW continued to use Digital First’s implementation of a custom SharePoint case management system throughout the program and extended the system to cater for a second phase of the loan review. This system was able to provide the remediation team with the tools, customer profiles, case history and action tailored events required to ensure that all of ASIC’s standards, including customer journey, were met. As a result, BMW received a green final report and a reversal of the conditions on their credit license lifted.
CUSTOM CASE REVIEW
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
REMEDIATION SOLUTIONS
BMW Australia Finance was subject to an Enforceable Undertaking by ASIC over the mis-selling of vehicle finance. We worked with them to establish a remediation programme to review over 100,000 cases to determine whether there had been any breaches in responsible lending under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act.
BMW Australia Finance had in excess of 100,000 cases to review but did not have any systems in place which would accommodate the requirements of a case management system. Off the shelf systems were available but did not address NCCP concerns and were not reusable for BMW. There was a need for a solution, preferable on a platform already used by BMW.
By building a customised case review solution and providing ongoing product support, Digital First enabled BMW to finalise their remediation programme, aligning to ASIC’s expectations. This was the largest remediation project pre-Royal Commission and Digital First supported the client from end-to-end.
Digital First worked with BMW’s PMO and other stakeholders around the business to ensure that the key requirements and business processes were understood. This included working with the Remediation team to identify opportunities for automation and workflow that would deliver efficiencies.
BMW continued to use Digital First’s implementation of a custom SharePoint case management system throughout the program and extended the system to cater for a second phase of the loan review. This system was able to provide the remediation team with the tools, customer profiles, case history and action tailored events required to ensure that all of ASIC’s standards, including customer journey, were met. As a result, BMW received a green final report and a reversal of the conditions on their credit license lifted.
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AUTOMATION, WORKFLOW AND DIGITAL WORKPLACE
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
The Environment Protection Authority Victoria is set to become a regulator in mid 2020. As a result of this change, EPA require supporting systems and processes to handle case management, records management, fees and payments, and other newly acquired activities.
AUTOMATION, WORKFLOW AND DIGITAL WORKPLACE
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
EPA needed a solution that enabled them to work collaboratively, share documents, and adhere to Government records management requirements. The current systems were deemed unfit for purpose and a new implementation was commissioned in order to align the records management solution with the organisational changes.
AUTOMATION, WORKFLOW AND DIGITAL WORKPLACE
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
Digital First worked alongside Deloitte to run multiple stakeholder engagement workshops to elicit business requirements. These business requirements informed the pilot design, which was aligned to the Business Classification Scheme in order to remain compliant with the Public Records Office of Victoria. In addition to this, Digital First engaged with Deloitte solution architects across other initiatives at EPA to ensure that each area of work could integrate and work seamlessly with the proposed records management solution.
AUTOMATION, WORKFLOW AND DIGITAL WORKPLACE
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
Digital First successfully designed and implemented a pilot for select EPA business units. Using a combination of SharePoint features the solution was integrated with SharePoint’s document management functionalities and configured with Records365. This resulted in a Public Records Office of Victoria compliant solution, without the need for users to re-upload all files to be kept as records. Further to this, Digital First developed deeper integration between Dynamics CRM 365 and SharePoint to allow for files and documents uploaded by users into Dynamics to be properly automatically classified as records.
AUTOMATION, WORKFLOW AND DIGITAL WORKPLACE
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
The Environment Protection Authority Victoria is set to become a regulator in mid 2020. As a result of this change, EPA require supporting systems and processes to handle case management, records management, fees and payments, and other newly acquired activities.
EPA needed a solution that enabled them to work collaboratively, share documents, and adhere to Government records management requirements. The current systems were deemed unfit for purpose and a new implementation was commissioned in order to align the records management solution with the organisational changes.
Digital First worked alongside Deloitte to run multiple stakeholder engagement workshops to elicit business requirements. These business requirements informed the pilot design, which was aligned to the Business Classification Scheme in order to remain compliant with the Public Records Office of Victoria. In addition to this, Digital First engaged with Deloitte solution architects across other initiatives at EPA to ensure that each area of work could integrate and work seamlessly with the proposed records management solution.
Digital First successfully designed and implemented a pilot for select EPA business units. Using a combination of SharePoint features the solution was integrated with SharePoint’s document management functionalities and configured with Records365. This resulted in a Public Records Office of Victoria compliant solution, without the need for users to re-upload all files to be kept as records. Further to this, Digital First developed deeper integration between Dynamics CRM 365 and SharePoint to allow for files and documents uploaded by users into Dynamics to be properly automatically classified as records.
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MICROSOFT OFFICE 365
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Glenelg Shire Council are in the process of implementing a digital transformation program in order to modernise their workforce and bring increased value to their municipal area. One of the first initiatives in this program of work is the implementation of Office 365.
MICROSOFT OFFICE 365
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Glenelg Shire Council face many challenges and required a considered approach to the roll out of Office 365. These included remote workers, siloed business units, tools and systems that were not fit for purpose and low levels of governance.
MICROSOFT OFFICE 365
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Digital First were engaged to manage the implementation of Glenelg Shire Council’s Office 365 rollout. Working together with the Digital Glenelg team, Digital First conducted workshops and stakeholder interviews to identify pain points and high value areas to target first. In doing so, a roadmap was prepared that gave the organisation a more strategic approach to the wider Microsoft functionality including Dynamics 365, SharePoint (Records Management) and Teams.
MICROSOFT OFFICE 365
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
To accommodate for change management and to allow users to familiarise themselves with the new ways of working, Digital First recommend a pilot approach with a digital workplace for a business unit, and a wide-reaching intranet portal. This allowed the assumptions and key findings to be validated and scaled across Glenelg Shire Council.
MICROSOFT OFFICE 365
STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Glenelg Shire Council are in the process of implementing a digital transformation program in order to modernise their workforce and bring increased value to their municipal area. One of the first initiatives in this program of work is the implementation of Office 365.
Glenelg Shire Council face many challenges and required a considered approach to the roll out of Office 365. These included remote workers, siloed business units, tools and systems that were not fit for purpose and low levels of governance.
Digital First were engaged to manage the implementation of Glenelg Shire Council’s Office 365 rollout. Working together with the Digital Glenelg team, Digital First conducted workshops and stakeholder interviews to identify pain points and high value areas to target first. In doing so, a roadmap was prepared that gave the organisation a more strategic approach to the wider Microsoft functionality including Dynamics 365, SharePoint (Records Management) and Teams.
To accommodate for change management and to allow users to familiarise themselves with the new ways of working, Digital First recommend a pilot approach with a digital workplace for a business unit, and a wide-reaching intranet portal. This allowed the assumptions and key findings to be validated and scaled across Glenelg Shire Council.
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CUSTOMER PORTAL
DIGITAL MARKETING
SMALL BUSINESS
Morellofert is an Australia-wide organisation within the agriculture sector who previously found structured engagement and information sharing with their customers challenging due to manual processes and slow response time when confirming product orders.
CUSTOMER PORTAL
DIGITAL MARKETING
SMALL BUSINESS
The process to develop fertilisation plans was manual and fragmented from other business processes. Plans for customers were created and shared via Excel, with limited tracking and account management capability. There was a need to more efficiently manage customer data and track product orders.
CUSTOMER PORTAL
DIGITAL MARKETING
SMALL BUSINESS
Digital First liaised with key stakeholders from Morellofert to understand the business problem that they were trying to solve. Once there was a clear objective and scope, Digital First designed and developed custom web application based on modern frameworks and robust architecture. Facilitating regular check-ins with Morellofert ensured that the business problem was always at the forefront of the solution.
CUSTOMER PORTAL
DIGITAL MARKETING
SMALL BUSINESS
The solution was a web application that allowed Morellofert to create, track and share fertilisation plans with their customers. Morellofert were able to gain a wholistic view of each client and therefore able to understand the history and context for each farm and field. Customers were notified through the web application and received both a reminder text and email with a direct login link. Once logged in, they were able to see their own published nutrition plans and download as an Excel or PDF for easy mobile viewing.
CUSTOMER PORTAL
DIGITAL MARKETING
SMALL BUSINESS
Morellofert is an Australia-wide organisation within the agriculture sector who previously found structured engagement and information sharing with their customers challenging due to manual processes and slow response time when confirming product orders.
The process to develop fertilisation plans was manual and fragmented from other business processes. Plans for customers were created and shared via Excel, with limited tracking and account management capability. There was a need to more efficiently manage customer data and track product orders.
Digital First liaised with key stakeholders from Morellofert to understand the business problem that they were trying to solve. Once there was a clear objective and scope, Digital First designed and developed custom web application based on modern frameworks and robust architecture. Facilitating regular check-ins with Morellofert ensured that the business problem was always at the forefront of the solution.
The solution was a web application that allowed Morellofert to create, track and share fertilisation plans with their customers. Morellofert were able to gain a wholistic view of each client and therefore able to understand the history and context for each farm and field. Customers were notified through the web application and received both a reminder text and email with a direct login link. Once logged in, they were able to see their own published nutrition plans and download as an Excel or PDF for easy mobile viewing.