The State Revenue Office Victoria has won the inaugural Victorian Government Digital Awards, in the Capability category.
The award recognizes the implementation of the Unclaimed Monies Project (UCM), developed in partnership with Rubicon Red and utilizing Oracle's BPM technology. The project was also instrumental in the establishment of an overall BPM and SOA capability, including reference architecture, best practice and delivery methodology that is enabling SRO to rapidly automate new business processes across the department.
The Victorian Government Digital Awards were presented on Tuesday 11 February by Minister for Technology, the Hon Gordon Rich-Phillips and Grantly Mailes, Chief Technology Advocate
John Deeb (CEO, Rubicon Red) was quoted as saying “Our journey with SRO represents the experience we strive to provide all of our customers. The award today is just one example of the achievements we've accomplished with SRO. We recognize the efforts of the entire team in delivering such a stellar outcome."
About the Victorian Digital Government Award In 2014 the Victorian government ran its first Digital Government awards. The awards were aimed at recognizing ICT Excellence in the Victorian Government. A total of 21 nominations across 10 different departments of Victorian Government put forward nominations in the three categories of the Victorian Government Digital Awards – Engagement, Investment and Capability. The Awards were presented by the Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Technology the Hon. Fordon Rich-Phillips MLC.