Managing Indigenous heritage information at Aboriginal Affairs Victoria
The Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 (the Act) requires Aboriginal Affairs Victoria (AAV) to establish and maintain the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Register, consisting of more than 32,000 Aboriginal places, associated maps, photographs and other information as well as more than 5,000 archaeological reports, while new records and reports are added daily.
Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, a unit of the Department of Planning and Community Development, implemented the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Register and Information System (ACHRIS) to administer the requirements of the Act.
Integrating cross-organisational systems at Trafikverket, Sweden
On 1 April 2010, the Swedish national roads and railway authorities were merged into a single organisation called Trafikverket.
The merger of two mature organisations with large information infrastructures resulted in their data holdings locked up in dedicated systems and domains designed to support specific processes or aspects of the operations. To access the individual systems in an integrated manner was extremely difficult.
Weave was chosen for two roles in the administration of Trafikverket. Initially, to implement a true national portal called "Stigfinnaren" (Pathfinder), based on a prototype previously tried in the Stockholm region, followed in 2012 by the enhancement and replacement of some 15 individual web-based applications.
Integrating Corporate Systems at the City of Greater Geelong
The City of Greater Geelong replaced legacy technology, implementing, testing and releasing Weave in a few days, delivering all the existing functionality and the benefit of a platform that will underpin the integration of future corporate information systems.
North Shore City Council
With a quarter of a million residents and covering 13000 hectares, North Shore City has embraced Information Technology to make its services to Council and its citizens; more efficient, more effective, and to provide new services that could not otherwise be achieved.