Resources Provided: Business Analysts, Integration Analysts, Integration Developers, Data Analyst, Solution Architects, Change Manager, Functional Tester, Integration Tester, Software Developers.
XVT provided over 15 resources to comprise the wider team responsible for delivering the Student Lifecycle Information Management System (SLIMS). The objectives of the SLIMS program is to improve students’ University experience; create administrative efficiencies and provide a flexible platform capable of adapting to change. The SLIMS program was comprised of several pipelines of work which we were involved with, they included:
- Implementation of TechnologyOne’s Student Management software (T1SM), including the eStudent web portal for self-service student enrolment processes;
- Implementation of the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) tertiary admissions software (OASys);
- Implementation of Scientia’s Syllabus Plus class timetabling software;
- Implementation of Scientia’s Exam Scheduler exam timetabling software;
- Development of the University’s existing post-graduate candidature management system (iGrad);
- Development of a new eApplication web portal for international and domestic students;
- Development and integration of new and updated systems with existing University systems;
- Development of an internal web application (TRAV) to assist with the validation of Tasmanian senior secondary student results and import into OASys;
- Integration of OASys with QTAC and other Australian and New Zealand Tertiary Admissions Centres;
- Updates to a number of existing systems to allow them to work with T1SM data;
- Data migration from the existing student administration system to T1SM and OASys.
Resources provided by XVT played key roles in the succesful roll-out of the SLIMS program. This included the lead Solution Architect, for the entire SLIMS solution, senior Business Analysts, Integration Analysts and Test Analysts. The team put forward by XVT comprised of both our own permanent internal resources and contractors.