Marshall Communications Pty Ltd


Major Clients:

The Department of Human Services (Centrelink)

Marshall's principal consultant, David, has worked on a large number of key technology innovation initiatives for the Department. David was initially engaged by Centrelink to design the web platform for its Refresh project. This project covered the introduction of Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) as the strategic applications development facility and the standardisation on IBM's WebSphere suite of products as the strategic JEE platform.

Through a number of assignments with Centrelink and now DHS David has maintained an oversight role in the development of the WebSphere platform.

In 2010 he was retained to design the WebSpehere Process Server and FileNet environments to support the Reduction of Paper Initiative (RPI) project. When fully operational, RPI will be required to support the scanning and automated processing of approximately 1,200,000 pages of paper per day. As of February 2011, the system had ramped up to 200,000 pages per day.

David has recently been asked to design the platform for the Work Management System (WMS), a DHS portfolio wide system for allocating tasks to Centrelink and Medicare officers across the nation. It is expected that the transaction load of this system will make it the largest implementation of WebSphere Process Server in the world.

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The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC)

David has assisted in the database and middleware platform design and support areas for more than 10 years. He currently plays a key role in the upgrade of the Department's Trim environment of over 8,000 integrated desktops and over 100,000,000 records from version 6.1 to 7.1.

He also plays a critical role in supporting the transformation of the Generic Visa Portal (GVP) from a collection of outsourced development artifacts into an operational system.

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Other Clients:

  1. The Department of Defence
  2. The Department of Administrative Services
  3. The Australian Bureau of Statistics
  4. The National Library of Australia
  5. The Australian Communications and Media Authority
  6. Intellectual Property Australia