Apr 27, 2016
The development of the new Fisheries Management Solution to replace New Zealand's current Quota Management Solution has continued to make great progress in the last 3 months.
The new software will support the management of NZ's Fishing Registers, quota management & trading, licencing, catch entitlement, reporting, trading and related financial management activities. Ultimately, the FINNZ Fisheries Management Solution will provide fisheries managers with certainty regarding the parties involved in commercial fishing and their rights, attributes and activities. The flexibility of the solution enables it to be customised and implemented into other Fisheries Regimes around the world. The FINNZ team are excited to explore these types of opportunities further and are looking forward to taking their solution to the international market.
For more information, please see our blog for a copy of our Case Study: Fishing for the Future or check out the February edition of Seafood New Zealand’s bi-monthly magazine (Page 15) for an interesting article on the project.
FINNZ have partnered with Queensland’s Department of Heritage & Environmental Protection (EHP) to develop a new solution for the management of their historical buildings and sites. The solution improves access to over 280,000 heritage documents and images whilst creating an improved operating environment for heritage administrators.
Click here to download a copy of our case study to read about how FINNZ was able to offer Queensland an innovative solution that would meet all of their outlined objectives while improving their internal efficiencies.
Soon we will be launching a brand new website which will consist of a whole new look and feel along with new content. The new design will showcase our expertise and the solutions we offer in the fisheries, waste and heritage space while providing access to useful content and resources.
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Posted on March 2, 2016