Creating and implementing a more data-driven culture

An Australian motoring giant partnered with GWI to support its move to a data-driven culture to improve customer experience through […]

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Data supporting better community health outcomes  

Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN is a not-for-profit health organisation whose role is to better understand the health needs of its […]

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How GWI has successfully addressed the ethical use of data in Higher Education institutions

Creating an ethical environment in the digital age is critically important in the Higher Education sector as the misuse of […]

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NSW Rural Community Resilience

The New South Wales (NSW) Rural Support Program is an essential tool for providing support and guidance to rural communities […]

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Aligning ICT with high-level university strategies

CQUniversity has experienced exponential growth in recent years across student numbers, infrastructure, courses and staff. To accommodate for this growth, […]

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Griffith University – optimising collaboration

As Australia’s ninth largest education provider, Griffith University offers more than 2500 degrees across six geographically-dispersed campuses. It is home to […]

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Managing information to improve service delivery for Mackay Regional Council

Mackay Regional Council (MRC) recognises the important role that information plays in providing citizens with better access to services, both […]

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Creating a roadmap for effective enterprise information management

As one of the largest providers of roadside assistance, insurance, travel and finance, Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) has […]

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A system to support sensitive services

On 30 April 2018, the Premier of Queensland announced the State Government’s commitment to participating in the National Redress Scheme, […]

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Future foundation: supporting digital transformation in aged and community services

Lutheran Services is a Queensland-based provider of aged care, community and family, disability and mental health services. With 18 support arms […]

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A smooth and secure transition to the cloud

As a top-20 ASX listed company with more than 13,000 employees and nine million customers, Suncorp is one of Australia’s […]

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Building trust in a digital age

When 84 percent of Queensland councils told the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) they could use big data to […]

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Unlocking the power of 100 years of data

The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) takes pride in being one of Australia’s largest member-based organisations trusted to provide […]

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Using data to improve patient outcomes

A framework for building trust and confidence  The digitisation of healthcare in recent years has created opportunities for digital technologies to support better patient care.  Innovations such as the […]

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Accelerating a smarter future for Rockhampton

Supporting entrepreneurial ventures that support economic growth in regional Queensland When Rockhampton Regional Council first partnered with GWI in 2015 […]

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Promoting liveability, economic growth and innovation in Darwin

Building a Smart City in Australia’s most northern capital As the capital of Northern Australia, more than 85,000 people call […]

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Building better communities

GWI’s Smart Cities work has helped local governments and cities across Australia build better communities, using data and technology to […]

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Building a data-driven culture and system for success

Empowering the right people to make the right decisions. In late 2017, Tabcorp completed its $11 billion merger with the […]

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Safeguarding vulnerable Queensland children in care

Working across departments to reduce the time taken to initiate a multi-agency response when children in care are reported missing. […]

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