NZTA Avoids Up To $70 Million Expenditure by Modernising Rather than Replacing Systems And Runs Business as Usual Operations During IT System Modernisation Project

New Zealand Transport Agency modernises its infrastructure rather than replace its systems

 

 

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Solution at a Glance

  • Unisys defined a 'Business-Critical Modernisation Roadmap' to identify the issues, risks, objectives, guiding principles and expectations of the NZTA
  • Unisys migrated the NZTA's Driver and Vehicle Registry system, containing more than 1.7 billion records, to a Windows-based Unisys ES7000 and ES3000 platform running Unisys Agile Business Suite, while retaining business-as-usual operations