Test Insitec managed a major software upgrade for Defence, rolling out Objective across 40 servers and more than 35,000 desktops in two days. The Objective system is the largest application in Australia’s Defence environment supporting a million records per day, over 80,000 users.

The Australian Standard Automated Biometric Information System (AS-ABIS) was a technical proof-of-concept for Australia’s Defence Intelligence Agency. The system trialed processing and matching biometric information in Australia, rather than sending it to the US for bulk processing.

Insitec played a key role in the exploration of a new Coalition Attack Guidance Experiment (CAGE IIIA), in partnership with Northrop Grumman for the Department of Defence and Australia’s Defence Science Technology Group.

Insitec assisted Tulgeen Disability Services to reform their IT support and service arrangement introducing a strategically managed service program integrating desktop computers, networks and cloud hosting of applications with data management.

Grace Removals wanted to extend their Government service offering to covering a hybrid digital and physical environment. This required Grace secure its ICT system in accordance with the Federal Government Information Security Manual (ISM).

Insitec helped Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) reform their accounts payable processes, save staff time through process automation, and enhance the reliability of their financial processes.