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Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific will move its core business applications to Unisys' datacentre in the Sydney suburb of Rhodes, after Unisys was awarded the tender previously held by incumbent IBM.Although the airline's passenger reservations, departure control and cargo management applications have been based on Unisys software for more than 20 years, they are currently hosted in an IBM datacentre in the Sydney suburb of North Ryde.
Bedding down the disastrous rollout of new cargo management software is set to be the number one priority of new Australian Customs Service (ACS) chief Michael Carmody, who moves across from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to replace the retiring Lionel Woodward from next year.
Australian Customs officials face promoting their controversial cargo management re-engineering (CMR) project to a conference audience depleted by ongoing problems with the system. CMR was to be a major point of discussion at the Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia's (CBFCA) conference in Adelaide this weekend.
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