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ENTERPRISE SERVICES FOR GOVERNMENT


A SMARTER, CHEAPER, FASTER ERP SOLUTION

Robust, flexible and scalable solutions to innovate core back office functions

WHAT IS AESG?

Departments are looking for smarter, faster and cheaper enterprise solutions. Today, you can get a pre-configured as-a-Service solution designed to meet Australian government standards and regulations. Running your enterprise as-a-Service means it is perpetually current with solution upgrades occurring in specified time frames without additional investment. Smarter. Cheaper. Faster.

With a standard set of services, AESG can be supplemented by manageable customer specific customisations. Parts of the services can be personalised. This allows government organisations to adapt a standard AESG solution to meet a range of unique requirements. Smarter. Cheaper. Faster.

Unlike traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, AESG accelerates ERP deployment. It’s a transition-in process. Delivered as-a-Service, AESG is flexible, permitting users the option to scale usage—up or down—instantly and in real time without licensing limitations. Multiple agencies or functions can be accommodated simultaneously. The solution is enabled by cloud and locally hosted in Australian Government Data Centres. Tested globally in over 1,000 SAP implementations, AESG uses Accenture’s high-performance process framework, backed by our tremendous security and R&D investments. Smarter. Cheaper. Faster.

Accenture Enterprise Services for Government (AESG) is an enterprise-grade portfolio of 300 high performance business processes that enables enterprise functions—finance, procurement, HR and payroll—to operate from a single system.

This as-a-Service solution is running across 30 NSW agencies and 36,000 users.

WHY AESG?

CONNECT WITH OUR TEAM 

Kal Marshall

Kal Marshall

Managing Director - Accenture Enterprise Services for Government
Australia and New Zealand

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Kal is a Managing Director for Accenture. He is responsible for Accenture Enterprise Services for Government in ANZ, working with federal, state and local public service organisations to establish a smarter, cheaper, faster back office, allowing them to reinvest and focus on their core mission of delivering services for Australians and New Zealanders.

A 25-year career in the software industry working with commercial and public service organisations has given Kal the opportunity to help government agencies achieve successful outcomes for their visions—and better deliver citizen services.

Before joining Accenture Kal spent 10 years with SAP and held a number of leadership positions including General Manager, Local Government. Kal lead a team of SAP professionals dedicated to achieving efficient and effective public service in Australia's State and Local Governments.

Kal lives in Melbourne, and in his spare time, he is a keen cyclist and surfer.

Eugene Hunt

Eugene Hunt

Managing Director - Accenture Enterprise Services for Government
Australia and New Zealand

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Eugene Hunt is the Managing Director of Accenture Enterprise Services for Government in Australia and New Zealand. He has been with Accenture for 8 years in various roles, including solution architecture, program delivery, account leadership, and practice management.

He has nearly 20 years of experience in the ERP and SAP value cycle, including industry enterprise architecture for government and state owned enterprises at SAP Africa.

He is experienced across the business functional and technical silos in multiple industries, including government, health, banking and insurance, mining and natural resources, utilities, consumer goods, and retail.

Eugene is a Chartered Accountant (South Africa), with a Honours in Accounting Science from the University of South Africa.

AS-A-SERVICE PROVIDERS AND CONSUMERS

Accenture has identified seven critical success factors for providers of ERP as-a-service. On the flip-side, there are five things that ERP as-a-service consumers should demand. Having the perspective from both sides can give you a better understanding of what to expect.  

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