Collaboration Systems customised it’s bespoke eLMS platform to satisfy the tough requirements of the HCM, IT and Compliance units of Skye Bank. The system was able to meet the expectations of the bank’s rigorous internal audit checks for security, performance, reliance and accountability. Usability tests were conducted with nominated
users from around the country during implementation. Our elearning platform has so far met the functional needs of Skye Bank who have users numbering over 3000 presently using the system.
Transport And Ports Management Systems (TPMS)
Collaboration Systems worked closely with stakeholders and end users to understand how their current operations worked and came up with a requirements specification document which was presented to all stakeholders. The business goal of the new TPMS Web Portal was to radically improve the way TPMS employees create and track CTN records and also make the process of applying for CTNs by shipping agents easier. The solution is based on SharePoint lists, forms and workflows. Both extranet and staff intranet had a SharePoint document management system with Business Intelligence for real time reports for TPMS directors and NPA.
The application drastically reduced staff time in creating and searching for Cargo Tracking Notes and also enabled TPMS give NPA feedback in real time on any CTN record. This ability for NPA to track records electronically was a key requirement in signing the concessionaire agreement with TPMS.
Collaboration Systems worked closely with stakeholders from the HCM and Corporate Services departments who gave us brief outlining learning objectives. Diamond Bank provided content and a brand guideline.
After several drafts, we were able to provide a 25 slide elearning course with voice overs and animations for maximum interactivity which met the client’s requirements.
National Institute Of Information Technology Ltd. (NIIT)
Collaboration Systems worked closely in understanding the requirements of NIIT and together with our team of subject matter experts, customised all training material which were initially in an Indian context to Nigerian. With regards to content development, our subject matter experts; who are leading experts cutting across the academic and professional field, developed training content which included blended learning methodology; presentations, group discussions, group activities and interactive exercises.
Clients (United Kingdom)
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office had an urgent requirement to build an application for tracking sales partners. The solution was an extension of the website based on SharePoint built using C# and bespoke .net workflows.
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) is the UK government department responsible for the environment, food, farming, and for rural matters. Their priorities are to secure a healthy natural environment, a sustainable, low-carbon economy, a thriving farming sector and a sustainable, healthy and secure food supply.
The Commissioning Business Support Agency (CBSA) supports Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) in facing the challenge of meeting the commissioning agenda in a focused and innovative way: ensuring the delivery of improvements in patient care and outcomes across the region.
They develop tools to gain a better understanding of the patient journey and experience locally and regionally so as to equip Primary Care Trusts and GP commissioners with the information and data necessary to make more informed decisions about how they commission services.
Worked on complete life cycle of SharePoint based KMS from proof of concept in conjunction with Microsoft in Reading, analysis of customer requirements, branding, custom development to controlled rollout.
Contribution was also made to the NHS Direct award winning website. The source was upgraded to .net 2.0 and several extra features added including a CMS application for creation accessible home pages.
Development of web services and User Interface for web application to allow the public buy credit for mobile phones over the internet. Development was carried out in C# .Net2.0