Australian information services provider, Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions, has announced the completion of a project with the South Australian Government. The roll-out will enable the South Australian Government with a modern land and property administration system that is accessible online.
Fuji Xerox worked closely with the State Government to customise and enhance the Integrated Land Information System (ILIS) through an analysis and testing process. ILIS replaces 28 legacy applications which supported three land and property government agencies for more than 30 years.
The system is fully hosted and managed by Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions while Fuji Xerox’s commercialisation software partner, Relational Data Systems, configured ILIS for the SA Government.
South Australian Labor Party infrastructure minister, Stephen Mullighan, said Fuji Xerox was selected by the South Australian Government because of its reputation in the field of land information services and ILIS as a proven solution.
“This new system delivers efficiencies in the processing of land and valuation transactions, while providing improved access to land and property information for industry professionals and members of the public.
“The introduction of this modern technology for land administration creates a platform on which South Australia can move forward including with the introduction of electronic conveyancing in 2016. This new system gives the legal, finance and conveyancing industries 24/7 access to core business systems and access to government information and products via a single login,” he said.
Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions claimed the roll-out future proofs systems for the SA Government for years to come.
Fuji Xerox SME for ILIS, Phill Dance, said it looks forward to helping the Government making land information more accessible to end users.
“We are pleased to provide an exceptional solution to Governments which improves their client engagement and significantly reduces their operating costs long into the future, with innovations such as the new Property Exchange of Australia (PEXA) Electronic Conveyancing solution,” Dance added.