Technology Services

Unlike other firms, we believe that the best way to help business develop and extend their systems and processes is not only to provide exceptional development capabilities locally, but to mobilise that same team seamlessly into their business if required. That way our clients get exactly who and what they pay for.

Our proficiency in developing systems and technical solutions is well-known and well-regarded.

Even though the cost efficiencies by offshoring development are well documented, we believe that there is more to be gained by developing home-grown talent not only for the individual, but also for our clients, our industry and our country.

Our capabilities include:

ICT Strategy and Architecture / Systems Analysis / Service Oriented Architecture / Software Development / Testing / WCAG Compliance / SOE Design and Implementation / ICT Security / Infrastructure / System Integration / Unified Communications

Our Work

  • AGIMO Guide to Implementing Cloud Services

    In 2012, Cordelta produced a high-quality technology guide for the Australian Government. A Guide to Implementing Cloud Services complements the Australian Government Information Management Office’s (AGIMO) suite of better practice guides for cloud computing and provides an understanding of issues related to transitioning to cloud services. Cordelta used extensive research and analysis of existing industry and government guides to formulate the document’s contents. It also consulted with government agencies and industry groups capturing, in particular, the experience of four agencies, which had implemented cloud services. The guide earned praise from stakeholders including vendors such as Microsoft, Gartner and the government SIGB and CIOC committees.
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  • Australian Border Force Establishment of Logistics Management System

    Cordelta was engaged by the Australian Border Force’s (ABF) Marine Logistics Unit to undertake business improvement activities within the unit, this included the need to investigate and implement a Logistics Management System. Cordelta found that many policies were either non-existent or out of date, leading to a lack of standardisation in support of vessels, in the Darwin warehouse or in the Canberra head office. The imminent delivery of the Cape Class Patrol Boats (CCPB) and establishment of a second warehouse served as catalysts for a more unified solution. Cordelta’s consultant met with each stakeholder group, both in group workshops and individually. Using an approach of looking through individual stakeholders’ world …
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Our Experts

Stephen Anderson

Senior Executive