Effectus staff involved in two significant client project awards

Effectus staff involved in two significant client project awards. Congratulations Lincoln University and Environment Canterbury!

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Effectus staff involved in two significant client project awards. Congratulations Lincoln University and Environment Canterbury!

Lincoln University - CRM project of the year

The Lincoln University team has won the Microsoft CRM Project of the year. MyLync project delivered Lincoln University a unified student enrolment portal, believed to be unique in New Zealand’s university ecosystem. Effectus is delighted for Lincoln University and proud to have been involved in this project.

Over a 12 month period, Effectus consultant Chanelle Scott worked with Lincoln University on the second phase of their CRM strategy, playing a key role in delivering on Lincoln’s student growth objectives by: • eliciting their business requirements; • independently evaluating vendor proposals; • managing the implementation of the CRM project; and • supporting the University with their organisational change management activities.

Environment Canterbury - ALGIM GIS 2016 Project of the year - Farm Portal

Environment Canterbury won this prestigious ALGIM project award, competing against some other significant Local Government projects. The Farm Portal was developed out of the need to have a way for the public to access the Matrix of Good Management (MGM). Because of the complex nature of inputs required to model nutrient loss (specifically Soil, Climate and Farming system combinations), the portal was developed in collaboration with end users so that they could identify their farm and upload the details necessary to calculate nutrient losses under GMP. Working with end users ensured another objective of a great customer experience was met.

Effectus has enjoyed the challenge of this project with Sam Ragnarsson, Principal Consultant from Effectus project managing the design and development of the portal. The commitment and skills of the Environment Canterbury project team was a key factor in the success of the project.