Case Studies

Case Studies

Bundaberg Regional Council

In January 2013 Queensland was hit by devastating floods, with areas of Bundaberg seriously – and unexpectedly – affected by floodwaters for the first time.
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Energex

When Queensland electricity distributor Energex contemplated a move to its new Building in Newstead, the company saw the opportunity to reduce storage space and increasing productivity.
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Santos

Santos is using an innovative scanning and data capture system to help achieve its environmental vision of lightening the footprint of its activities.
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State Library Queensland

SLQ (State Library Queensland) plays a lead role in serving all Queenslanders, through state-wide library services and partnerships with over 340 public libraries, including 22 Indigenous Knowledge Centres.
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Department of Housing & Public Works

Prior to November 2012, the process of managing permit and inspection requirements for plumbing and drainage work, was becoming increasingly time consuming and costly.
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Children’s Hospital Foundation

The Children’s Hospital Foundation provides community based funding to pioneer research into child illnesses and injuries. The foundation also supports the Royal Children’s Hospital providing the highest level of care for sick children in regional and rural Queensland. Since 1986, more than $120 million has been invested into helping work wonders for sick kids.
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Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM)

The DNRM brings together core functions focused on land and water management, mine safety and health, and mining and petroleum services.
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Anglo American Metallurgical Coal

As a division of one of the world’s largest mining companies Anglo American PLC, Anglo American Metallurgical Coal Pty Ltd processes more than 20,000 invoices per month across its Australian sites.
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Queensland Health

The Queensland Cancer Registry (QCR) receives cancer notifications on behalf of Queensland Health. These notifications provide information to develop cancer control strategies for which the timely identification and analysis of cancer types is crucial. However, with 75% of notifications received in paper form, the QCR was facing a backlog of up to five years’ worth of cancer notifications that still needed recording...
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