DESE selects DXC Technology to update job seeker platform

Sunday, 31 January, 2021

DESE selects DXC Technology to update job seeker platform

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) has selected DXC Technology to provide an integrated and personalised digital experience platform, to support employment decisions for all Australians.

The cloud-based Microsoft Dynamics 365 solution will provide a single platform, designed to cater to a new generation of digitally savvy, job-ready candidates who will be able to self-navigate the online tools to make more informed decisions about their job search. The solution’s interconnected and integrated functions will provide a personalised experience using SAS CI360 and Azure data analytics and automation, to benefit job seekers and employers.

“Through the strength of our partner ecosystem, we have brought together our joint capabilities to deliver a platform that facilitates a cohesive and personalised digital experience,” said Seelan Nayagam, DXC Technology managing director for Asia Pacific.

New and existing employers will also be able to filter and search for candidates through a single interface. This project will help DESE provide better services to job seekers and employers, as part of its New Employment Service Model (NESM).

“DXC is delighted to be working with Department of Education, Skills and Employment to support the NESM program, and we’re proud to be making a difference to employment in Australia,” Nayagam said.

The platform pairs the flexibility of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 cloud-based platform with DXC’s capabilities across the Enterprise Technology Stack, to support the government in providing tangible employment-related outcomes.

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