June O’Connor’s centralised system ensures they always fulfil their reporting obligations with efficiency and accuracy.
June O'Connor operates seven drop-in centres throughout Western Australia, all focused on providing support, educational courses and training to help people with mental health issues make a successful transition back into society. With each centre managing their own database independently, they were struggling to compile the quarterly reports required by the State Government and the Commonwealth.
We proposed the development of one centralised and scalable membership database, merging and converting all independent access databases to streamline recording and reporting. Key features of the new system include:
All data can now be kept in one place and quarterly reports are generated in minutes, saving the administration staff hours of manual number crunching, while eliminating the risk of errors. Furthermore, as State and Commonwealth reporting requirements change, the system can easily be modified to maintain maximum efficiency and accuracy.
In addition to maximising reporting efficiency and productivity long term, we also provided approximate figures for ongoing costs and established a suitable payment plan to assist June O’Connor in budgeting and grant submission.
“We are grateful to Oneit for their continual professional support and consultancy, as they listen to our needs and provide the outcomes that we require at a very reasonable price.”
Dave Scammell, Manager Administrative Services – June O'Connor Centre
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