Category - Technology


Cordelta is now an Approved Seller on the Australian Government Digital Marketplace

Cordelta is now part of an initial group of sellers approved to provide services via the portal. As a seller on the Digital Marketplace, it’s even easier to engage Cordelta’s expanding capacity and capability in ICT and security services. In particular, Cordelta is approved to provide Business Analyst services (both junior and senior BAs), as well as Senior Technical Leads and Ethical Hackers (also known as “penetration testing”), and Digital Transformation Advisors. Business Analysis is one of our most requested services,” said Astrid Reis, Cordelta’s BA practice lead. “The marketplace will allow us to expand our service offerings beyond our typical outlets.” We’re very pleased to be able to …


Cordelta sponsors Canberra Chapter of the IIBA

Cordelta is proud to be a branch partner of the Canberra chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis. Each month the chapter hosts a seminar on relevant topics for business analysts and other related capabilities. The talks are free for IIBA members and non-members, and are preceded by a networking session. July’s topic is “Being Agile Vs Doing Agile”. Agile is being thrown around like candy in the project and business analysis space, as organisations look for results and outcomes in a more timely and incremental way. Business Analysts are wondering how they understand the new world of agile and the value they bring in translating what the business …


Cordelta hosts workshop at Health Conference

Cordelta’s ability to cater for a Gen-Y centric workforce will be highlighted at a forthcoming health conference in Canberra. Cordelta was invited to host a workshop at the 2013 Asia Pacific Congress on Health Leadership after it ranked 10th in this year’s BRW Best Place to Work survey. Cordelta senior consultant Alan Pauza will present the workshop, which will illustrate the company’s modern approach to business as well as painting a picture of future change for the healthcare industry. The Australian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) will host the three-day conference, which will expose delegates to an extensive range of health management and leadership topics. “I’ll be presenting a …


MyHospitals Website Wins International FutureGov Award

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 …


Cordelta Brings New Light on Technology for Lifeline

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 …


Cordelta Sponsors Australia’s Health 2012 Conference

Cordelta is proud to be silver sponsors of the Australia’s Health 2012 Conference. The conference, taking place on 21 June, will include the launch of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s flagship report “Australia’s Health 2012”. Attending the conference will be Australia’s policy makers and health researchers from both government and nongovernment sectors, as well as representatives from secondary and tertiary education, health consumer groups and the media. Cordelta has done extensive work in the health and wellness sector, particularly in the emerging issues of data management, information sets and organisation in clinical and community welfare systems. With the impending launch of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records on …