Redland City Council selects Objective ECM

Queensland's Redland City Council has selected Objective ECM 8 as its next generation enterprise content management (ECM) platform. Objective ECM 8 will be deployed to 900 Redland City Council employees. 

Objective ECM 8 was selected as part Redland City Council’s information management strategy, aimed at streamlining internal efficiencies, removing information silos and ensuring a collaborative work environment. Objective ECM 8 will provide the foundation for unstructured data management and will integrate with Redland City Council’s existing core business applications.

David Macniven, CIO of Redland City Council said, “To achieve greater efficiencies in our organisation, we realised that we needed to consolidate our unstructured data into one central repository linked to our existing line of business systems. This would also enable us to improve our management and enhance service delivery to ratepayers. By implementing Objective ECM, we will unite our data and collaborate more efficiently both internally and with the community.

“Objective ECM 8 is part of our broader strategy of change. We continue to sharpen our focus on improving the level of service that we provide to residents by putting their needs first. Objective will help us achieve greater efficiencies and deliver real value to our community.”

Redland City Council is striving to increase the level of openness and transparency with the community it represents.

Tony Walls, CEO of Objective Corporation said, “Objective has over 25 years of experience in delivering information management solutions that meet the requirements of Australian public sector organisations and we are committed to supporting local government. We are pleased that Redland City Council has selected Objective as a strategic partner and that they share our vision for the importance and value of information management.”