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SPARC seeks database replacement

SPARC seeks database replacement

Sports and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC) wants a redesign and replacement of its high performance sport database. The six year old system has a number of issues including complicated functions, fragmented data locations, expensive customisation and unnecessary features.

SPARC wants to retain the web-based and flexibility of its current database.

It also wants to significantly improve the user experience such as streamlining data entry and application response times. Navigation must be simplified so that users can find all the information needed to perform one task, in one place.

It also plans to make the database an authoritative source of information.

The deadline for replies is Thursday, April 15.


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