Seven Cordelta staff recently passed the Infiniti certification exam through our business partner Intelledox
Infiniti by Intelledox is a business process automation and improvement
system that combines the power of intelligent document generation, smart web forms, and line-of-business integration to deliver significant business value to enterprises and governments worldwide. Infiniti creates significant business advantage through the automation of document-centric business processes.
Cordelta has worked with Intelledox to install and maintain its document automation system in major government agencies including IP Australia, Medicare and Defence. Cordelta also uses Infiniti for its internal document templates and generation.
“We’ve done a lot of work with Intelledox and developing with Infiniti both for clients and internally. It’s great to have the depth of our expertise recognised with seven certified staff,” said Cordelta Senior Executive Matthew Ryan. “We look forward to continuing to build on this unique capability.”
“The Intelledox certification course is an intensive three day session that covers the advanced usage of the Infiniti product," said Intelledox APAC Partner and Alliances Manager Michael Puckridge. "Certified Intelledox Partner specialists attract more Intelledox services work. Enterprises and government departments approach us regularly for certified staff to help with their
implementations and we direct them to partners with a strong track record of deployment and the requisite certifications. We are pleased that Cordelta have shown a long term commitment to supporting their clients with Intelledox Infiniti and have numerous certified staff on hand to help with product implementations.”
For more information about what Cordelta and Infiniti can do for your organisation, contact us
The Cordelta Crocs will once again be swimming in the annual MS Australia 24 Hour Mega Swim
at the AIS Aquatic Centre in Canberra. We’ll have one swimmer in the water for 24 hours straight from noon Saturday 4 May to noon Sunday 5 May.
The event raises money for MS Australia's 'Go for Gold' Scholarship program. 'Go for Gold' scholarships are awarded to people living with Multiple Sclerosis achieve their dreams in a broad range of categories including education, travel, sport, music, the arts and employment.
Last year the Cordelta team raised more than $2,100, and the event more than $131,000. We’re keen to beat our total from last year. Please sponsor our team
. Read more about Cordelta’s community involvement.
The Cordelta Crocs swam nearly 50km during the 24 Hour Mega Swim. The Canberra event raised more than $132,000 for scholarships for people with MS. You can still donate until 5 June 2013. Well done to everyone involved.
Cordelta has been featured in an article on extreme team building in the April 2013 issue of Management Today
magazine. A team of 16 brave Deltoids participated in the September 2012 Tough Mudder event in Sydney. Tough Mudder
bills itself as the “premier adventure challenge series in the world.”
The group was organised exclusively by employees – unlike other businesses who rely on more formal team building.
Managing Director Ken Gutterson was interviewed for the article. Here’s an excerpt:
“We find giving people freedom tends to unleash their potential. It’s surprising what people can do if you give them a
chance, and a lot of companies don’t do that,” Gutterson says.
The team that did Tough Mudder came back much more enthused. They raved about team spirit, how they helped each other through the course and how they build new connections as a result.
“We have a philosophy of helping our people be more successful, but we have to understand what interests them and what they’d like to pursue,” he says.
Allowing employees to organise their own events and activities based on common interests is just one of the reasons Cordelta was number 7 on the BRW Great Places to Work list 2012.
If you want to know more about how to join our Deltoid family, see our Careers
section or apply now
Cordelta is proud to announce their support for the Canberra Chapter of UN Women Australia
UN Women Australia is an active participant in UN activities relating to the promotion of gender equality. They raise funds to support programs which achieve gender equality and empower women, challenge attitudes which perpetuate gender inequality in Australia and other countries, and engage the support of government in achieving gender equality.
“Cordelta strongly supports groups that promote equality for all, both on the local level and worldwide.” said Ken Gutterson, managing director of Cordelta.
In addition to supporting UN Women Australia, Cordelta is proud to support Women in Information and Communication
and actively supports gender equality in the workplace. Read more about Cordelta’s community involvement
On the Weekend of the 17/18th of November the Burley Griffin Canoe Club (BGCC) held the annual 24 Hour Challenge to raise money for HeartKids Australia
With approximately 100 competitors including locals from the Australian Defence Force, Fire Brigades, Government agencies, Private sector groups and social communities, the 24 hour Challenge brings people from across all States and Territories across the country together for a fun filled competition at Molongolo Reach.
Whether the competitors chose to compete in a team or solo they’re all trying to battle it out either in or on a kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board on a 4.5km course for as many laps as possible in a 24 hour period.
For the last three years Cordelta has not only competed in the event, we have also put a lot of time, effort and funding into the sponsorship of this successful event.
Justin Channells, one of Cordelta’s Senior Executives, has continued helping the BGCC to organise and run the event as well as using his Business Unit funds to assist in the sponsorship over the past few years and will continue to do so.
Justin explains “Cordelta employees love to get a workout and help fantastic charities like HeartKids, this year the 24hr Challenge managed to raise $3,216. HeartKids do amazing work and with a few children in the Cordelta family with heart defects, the work they do has particular significance to us.”
Cordelta will continue to have a strong involvement in the 24hr Challenge with the BGCC, with membership in the club increasing amongst Cordelta and quite a few Cordelta members already putting their hands up to help organise and sponsor next year’s event. Read more about Cordelta’s community involvement
Cordelta is moving forward with a plan to assist the sporting community by building brand new websites as local clubs look to gain a greater online presence. The sports media unit will be working directly with CutOrange
, a social network for grassroots sporting organisations.
Cordelta is building sites backed by graphic design experts and a top-notch security system, while keeping them affordable - something vitally important to grassroots sporting organisations.
"At Cordelta we build and maintain websites for companies and government organisations for a living, so we can take that pain away and deliver on a professional level,” said Matthew Ryan, Senior Executive for Cordelta.
Cordelta's sports media unit not only helps provide websites, but can also provide media services to sporting organisations and a number of other online techniques to share the news and reach their contacts in the right social media and web spaces, including CutOrange.
It's all about the ultimate online web presence.
"Cordelta's sports media unit understands that keeping your website up-to-date and relevant is not that easy," said Alex Belperio, Community and Communications Manager for CutOrange.
"Not everyone has the IT skills and inevitably it gets left for one of the mums or dads to chip away at in their spare time."
The websites will link to services provided by CutOrange – such as news and events – to help provide fresh, dynamic content for the sporting organisations and their website.
It's been exciting for the CutOrange team to see such a great response to the initiative backed by Cordelta, with the first few websites already agreed upon and production underway.
For more information see the CutOrange website
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The sixth annual FutureGov Awards
were presented on 19 October 2012 on the final day of the FutureGov Summit in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The MyHospitals website built by Cordelta through the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare won the Connected Government Award and was a finalist for the E-Government Award.
"The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has won a prestigious FutureGov 2012 award recognising excellence in government ICT achievements in the Asia-Pacific region." Said Alison Verhoeven, Senior Executive for the Governance and Communications Group for AIHW. "The award acknowledged the development of the MyHospitals website, on which the AIHW has worked with Cordelta since early 2010."
"AIHW Director and CEO, David Kalisch, acknowledged the support of key external business and technical consultants including Cordelta, in working with the AIHW to deliver a website that not only reports accurate information about hospitals, but is easy to use and understand from the community's point of view. The website also reports technical data that can be used by professional and clinical groups, and peak bodies such as health consumer organisations."
"The National Health Performance Authority assumed responsibility for MyHospitals
in July this year as part of national health reform measures, and will release its first hospitals report on the site later this year. The AIHW continues to work with Cordelta to develop the site under contract to the NHPA."
MyHospitals was also a joint winner of the iAward in the eGovernment category
for the ACT for 2011.Read more about Cordelta’s work on MyHospitals
.AIHW Media Release
Professional services firm, Cordelta, is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of Capabiliti LMS
, a leading Australian learning management system, serving a growing number of private and public sector organisations, including Registered Training Organisations. The acquisition will help Cordelta achieve its vision of providing a complete set of products and services for enterprise learning requirements and IT enabled change projects.
“Intelledox and Cordelta have been business partners for a number of years and are aligned in terms of our client-centric business models and culture.” said Ken Gutterson, Managing Director of Cordelta. “This acquisition has given us the perfect opportunity to leverage our business and technical services to offer complete solutions for learning and talent management, including systems integration, content development and delivery.”
Launched in 2001, Capabiliti LMS has grown to be a strong player in the Australian market, adopted by over 300 private and public sector clients and RTOs. With current features covering all aspects of learning and performance management, Capabiliti is perfectly aligned to Cordelta'a existing services in training analysis, learning design and development and performance management.
“We are very excited by the purchase of Capabiliti LMS, it now allows us to provide our clients with complete end-to-end learning services and solutions”, says Learning and Development Practice lead Paul Farrell.
“Over the past eight years, Cordelta has built a reputation for providing reliable service and technology solutions that help our clients achieve greater productivity. Our acquisition of Capabiliti is in keeping with this strategy and we intend to keep moving the product forward in response to client requirements. With a healthy development pipeline, especially in the social and mobile environments, we believe that there are exciting times ahead for clients looking for a proven way to manage all of their learning needs from under one roof.”
Cordelta and Intelledox have committed a team of product and technical specialist to manage a seamless transition over the first three months. Management, development and support of the product will be performed entirely within Australia. The sale was completed on 29 June 2012.
is a Canberra-based software firm has developed an elegant process improvement system that combines the power of intelligent document generation, smart web forms, and line-of-business integration to deliver significant business value to enterprises and governments worldwide.
Intelledox specifically addresses what leading analysts refer to as "content chaos" caused by a lack of a structured and centralized approach to document generation. Intelledox creates significant business advantage through the automation of document-centric business processes. By leveraging existing investment in document management and information assets, Intelledox assists organizations to drive down operational costs, deliver increased efficiency, reduce compliance risk, and improve user experience.
Intelledox has delivered high quality enterprise software solutions to a growing portfolio of large corporate and government customers across the globe. Currently, some 300 customers and 400,000 users benefit from the solutions developed by Intelledox Pty Ltd. Headquartered in Australia, Intelledox is represented throughout the world.
Lifeline, one of the most iconic and trusted brands in Australia, has recently appointed Cordelta to be their technology partner for their entire online presence. Since appointment in late May, Cordelta has redeveloped the Out of the Shadows
website for awareness and fundraising surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day - Monday 10 September 2012. The site supports a centralised platform for campaign information, allows people to organise and register for awareness walks around the country, and provides a place for event management, help and promotional material.
Cordelta has also developed an employee information portal helping staff engage with Lifeline's senior management.
“Cordelta is part of the community," said Krishan Jogia, Cordelta's project manager for Lifeline. "By helping essential community services like Lifeline improve their business, our work benefits everyone.”
"Cordelta is very pleased to be able to provide Lifeline with access to our complete portfolio of service and development capabilities, and look forward to helping them drive their important message out to the wider Australian audience."
Read more about Cordelta's continuing work with Lifeline
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