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Factil to conduct data analysis for child information sharing

We are very pleased to announce that Factil has been selected to conduct a data analysis project for the Child Link project under the Victorian Child Information Sharing Scheme.

Factil's feasibility study proposal was based on our world-leading technology and capability for information modeling, data integration and application development automation. The feasibility study will focus on four areas of technical risk for the project:

  • Information security and sharing in compliance to Australian security and privacy legislation
  • Data extraction, matching and integration from Agency Systems
  • Agency application UI integration and ease of use
  • Accessibility in low-internet areas

The proposed solution will be scalable, provide a seamless experience to the users of existing systems, and demonstrate the cutting edge information modelling and data integration processes and technology developed by Factil.

Subject to a successful feasibility study, a Proof of Concept (POC) system will be developed to demonstrate how the solution will be used to facilitate information sharing between state- and territory-based community service agencies. When complete, the solution will significantly limit the danger faced by vulnerable children by providing and secure, scalable and easy to use mechanism to share relevant child safety information nationally.

For more about the BRI program, please visit: BRII Feasibility Study Grants

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Dr Graeme Port
CEO & Managing Director

Dr Graeme Port has been an innovator and leader in data architecture and enterprise software product development for over 30 years. Graeme is CEO of Factil which is a company specialising in advanced solutions for information modeling and data integration. Previously, Graeme was co-founder, VP Engineering and CTO at ManageSoft, which built market-leading products in business intelligence, application development and application deployment. Graeme has consulted extensively in data architecture in government and commercial sectors. Graeme received his PhD from the University of Melbourne in the field of Logic Programming.