Defence enlists Sliced Tech for student management system

Thursday, 05 March, 2020

Defence enlists Sliced Tech for student management system

Australia’s Department of Defence has employed Sliced Tech to implement its new enterprise student management system. 

The Canberra-based company is expected to roll out and maintain TechnologyOne’s EducationOne platform across 115 Defence Learning Centres over the next three years. 

Commander Australian Defence College Major General Mick Ryan said the cloud-hosted platform represents a significant modernisation of Defence’s student management system.

“The EducationOne platform will provide a single, Defence-wide integrated system, replacing more than 50 separate databases, spreadsheets and other software programs,” Ryan said.

It’s expected to help Defence “streamline student administration and better track the qualifications attained by our people throughout their Defence career”, he said.

“Using this secure cloud platform provides us with the security, scalability and flexibility required to modernise and further develop the Defence learning environment,” Ryan said.

The new system will be in action at the Australian Defence College, Australian Defence Force Academy and Royal Military College – Duntroon from April 2020.

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