Global digital transformation software company Intelledox has partnered to work with NEC Australia, a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, to deploy a new apprenticeship system for the Australian Government’s Department of Education and Training.
The new system, to be known as The Australian Apprenticeships Management System (AAMS), will digitalize many of the current manual and paper based processes. Intelledox will build smart web forms using its Smart Forms software – Infiniti, to automate processes such as:
- Contact and client management: A platform for the management of ‘customer information’ from all parties including apprentice, business and training information. Allow for the online ‘sign-up’ of apprenticeships including the ability to verify electronic signatures. Allow for the online management and filing of records and contracts
- Making Payments and Integration: The self-service system allows apprentices and employers to electronically submit and authorize claims online in order to receive payments. There are approximately 100 different payment types, which give rise to additional complexity as each uses different eligibility criteria. The system interfaces between the Department and the eight State/Territory Training Authorities to ensure the capture and sharing of information relating to Australian Apprentices is accurate and provided in a timely and efficient manner
- Scalability: The system will create approximately 29,000 contracts of training each month and process an estimated 135,000 payments per month
Commenting on the project, Intelledox CEO Phillip Williamson said, “It is a huge honor for Intelledox to be working on the new Apprenticeship Management System for the Department of Education and NEC. In the past we have worked with other government departments to successfully deliver and manage other related systems. This project is a testament to our product’s ability to help deliver exceptional digital transformation solutions.”
The project is expected to be completed by 2017. The new system will simplify the user experience, saving the government department close to $93 million within two years of deployment.
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