Is your department faced with the management of a large & complex heritage register?
Read our case study 'Taking Queensland's Heritage into the Digital Age' to find out how FINNZ worked with Queensland to streamline the management of their states historic places through the implementation of a new & innovative heritage system.
What exactly is this case study about?
Queensland's Department of Environment and Science (DES) were looking for a new innovative system to improve access to information about Queensland's Heritage places while creating an improved operating environment for their staff.
FINNZ worked with DES to establish a new Living Heritage Information System (LHIS) that would meet all their requirements both internally and externally.
This case study looks at what was involved in the project and the positive results DES are now experiencing since the portal was implemented.
What will I learn?
- How LHIS is successfully supporting DES's Open Data Policy though providing easy access to digital heritage information and resources
- What the key drivers for the new system were and what DES's specific requirements were
- How the system is facilitating the protection of Queensland's heritage for future generations