WA Crimes Commission upgrades e-document strategy

The Corruption and Crime Commission of Western Australia is implementing an enterprise-wide electronic document and records management system.

Established to investigate allegations of misconduct by police and public officers, the commission handles high volumes of documents and records such as interview transcripts, video and audio media, and exhibits tendered as evidence.

The commission's director of business services Vanessa Grant said the agency has to trace, track, store and receive data in a timely manner.

In-house legacy systems will be replaced by Objective to enable consistency across the organization.

"The solution needed to be easy to use in order to be readily accepted by our staff; it also had to meet regulatory and statutory requirements," Grant said.

Once implemented the commission will roll out Objective's HR, finance and case management systems.

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