WorkSafe New Zealand has kicked off a transformation programme to deliver workplace systems from Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Azure, and Windows 10, supporting 500-plus staff with a single cloud platform to work and communicate.
WorkSafe, New Zealand’s primary workplace health and safety regulator, is working with CCL-Revera to deliver the project, slated for completion later this year.
WorkSafe’s move to a public cloud platform lays the foundation to deliver against the government’s vision for health and safety at work over the next 10 years.
Mike Foley, chief digital and information officer at WorkSafe, said the transition is consistent with government’s cloud first policy to improve services and deliver substantial cost savings.
“Smart cloud platforms provide the enterprise agility we need to become a world-class regulator,” said Foley. “The less time we spend on administration and bending legacy systems to new forms of work, the more focus we bring to improving health and safety performance.”
VMware’s Workspace One Digital workplace platform will provide secure multi-device access to WorkSafe applications.
Foley said CCL-Revera ticked all the boxes, including migration planning, platform setup, staged transition, user support, and ongoing management.
Andrew Allan, CEO of CCL-Revera, said his company won the competitive tender in a joint bid with Revera late last year. “The tender process confirmed the complementary nature of our businesses and the value clients place on a broad mix of services and capabilities delivered from a single engagement and support engine.”
Announcing the merger last month, Allan said the move was motivated by a market shift that saw more clients seeking out a single supplier to cover all their bases.