Whole of Australian Government Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software as a Service (SaaS) Panel – Market Day

Author: 
John Sheridan - CIO & CISO

Hi all,

Thank you to those who attended the ERP SaaS Panel briefing on Friday 7 July 2017 FIN/006/17/NOTICE.

Here is the presentation that was used at the briefing: http://livestream.education.gov.au/finance/7july2017/erp/.

The next activity is a Market Day, which is scheduled for 26 and 27 July 2017.

Here is the agenda items for you to structure your 25 minute presentation, and you may also provide up to 5 A4 pages of information in support of your presentation.

    1) Success factors for efficient and effective delivery of ERP SaaS services,
    2) Considerations for transition in (discovery and integration),
    3) Considerations for transition out,
    4) Data storage, security, privacy, etc,
    5) Construction of Subscription/Pricing models, including scaling up and down,
    6) Service delivery risks; and
    7) The Request for Proposal (RFP) time frame.

 

It is intended that the ERP SaaS Panel Market Day will be held at the Department of Finance at One Canberra Avenue, FORREST in the ACT.  However, depending on the response to the ERP Market Day, we may need to facilitate market days in more than one location. 

Please advise your intent to attend the Market Day to ERPtender@finance.gov.au by 9:00 AM Thursday 20 July 2017. Further information is available on AusTender at FIN/006/17/NOTICE2.

Consideration of market day presentations will inform the development of draft contract documentation, that will be made available for industry consultation at a later date.

I look forward to meeting you at the Market Day, and to hear your ideas and advice on ERP SaaS solutions.

 

John Sheridan

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Last updated: 18 July 2017