Defence and Accenture partner on cloud codification


Tuesday, 07 February, 2017


Defence and Accenture partner on cloud codification

The Department of Defence has enlisted Accenture to help with the delivery of a new cloud-based NATO supply codification system.

Using the system, Defence will be able receive up-to-date NATO codification data, as well as develop new supply chain processes and procedures.

Codification is crucial for defence organisations to accurately identify, classify and number items of supply and to manage defence logistics.

Working with multiple stakeholders across various geographies, the integrated project team, led by Defence and working closely with Accenture and AURA, introduced the codification capabilities and integrated the new technology with internal systems to ensure unique functional requirements.

NATO compliance testing was undertaken to ensure the technology was able to successfully communicate with the defence agencies of other nations and the relevant NATO agencies.

As systems integrator on the 12-month project, Accenture established the system design, undertook the data migration activity from the existing system testing activities and deployed the new solution.

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