Neuron ESB Selected By Fujitsu And Australian Government As Integration Platform For DFAT Passport Redevelopment Program
IRVINE, Calif., May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Neuron ESB, Neudesic’s enterprise service bus that extends the Microsoft Platform by providing real-time reliability during messaging, application integration, business processing and web service management, has been selected by Fujitsu and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) as the services and integration platform for the department’s recently awarded Passport Redevelopment Program (PRP).
In what will be one of the largest Microsoft CRM implementations for a Federal Government agency, Fujitsu won this highly sought-after, eight-year contract through its managed services expertise and its ability to integrate a Microsoft stack that aligns with DFAT’s enterprise direction. Neuron ESB was chosen by Fujitsu to serve as the integration backbone for Microsoft CRM and other participating platforms in this new comprehensive system for issuing Australian passports.
With increasing demand by Australians for passports, and a forecast that exceeds two million passport applications per year by 2015, the new system will enable the Australian Passport Office to maintain the service level commitments of its charter.
“Fujitsu was methodical in its approach in selecting all solution components for DFAT’s Australian Travel Document Issuance system. When it came to integration, Neuron ESB’s event-based integration approach and strong .NET heritage set it apart due to its rich feature set and ease of use. Working with the Neuron team to develop a proof-of-concept application was a pleasure. They were always available to support us when we needed them,” said Fujitsu Executive Director Glen Grant.
“We’re very excited that Neuron ESB was selected by Fujitsu and DFAT to serve as the PRP integration backbone for a project so critical to Australian citizens. Passport issuance is critical to national security, and it’s great to be part of such an important federal government project,” stated Marty Wasznicky, General Manager of Neuron ESB. “We look forward to partnering with Fujitsu and delivering the capabilities that will help ensure the project’s success. The Passport Redevelopment Program reaffirms Neuron ESB as the preferred service and integration solution for the Microsoft platform.”
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