Listed Web application developer ISA (Internet Solutions Australia) has won a $6 million contract with the ACT Government to build a vehicle registration and licensing e-commerce engine.
In conjunction with services partner CSC, ISA will build the ACT Government a Java-based e-commerce application allowing ACT citizens to complete a range of vehicle registration and driving license services on-line.
The landmark deal for the ISA will yield it approximately $1 million over the next 11 months, with the ACT Government site being rolled out progressively during the next three to four years.
ISA managing director Steven Thomas said the e-commerce system will allow the public to pay vehicle registration fees and parking fines on-line and provide 24-hour access to information on stolen, written off or unregistered vehicles.
"Once completed, the solution will deliver new levels of accessibility, efficiency and reliability to registration and licence processing, and set a new benchmark for service delivery in this sector," he said.
The contract is a big win for ISA, which has 28 staff in offices in Canberra, Perth and Sydney, with previous wins including Fujitsu and the Department of Defence.Photograph: ISA managing director Steven Thomas