Timeline

2007

August 2007 – Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission goes live
Distillery Software successfully delivers Intercore, a complaints and investigation management solution for the Kenya Anti-corruption Commission.

2008

May 2008 – Distillery Software delivers Interpose Release 3 to Victoria Police
Victoria Police formally accepts the third and final release of Interpose, a mission critical operational system supporting Victoria Police’s core major investigation and intelligence management commends across the State.

2009

February 2009 – Distillery Software announces strategic win
Distillery Software has been selected to implement a new generation investigation management solution for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service. Built upon Distillery Software’s core platform, this initiative will also provide a further capability enabling Customs to better leverage information held for broader intelligence analysis and sharing purposes.

May 2009 – UK Identity & Passport Service upgrades FMI System
Following a raft of changes in legislation and government ICT security policies, Distillery Software works with UK Identity & Passport Service to upgrade and enhance the Fraud Management Information (FMI) system.

September 2009 – Customs commences roll out of CRIMS – On time and on budget By September 2009 the Distillery Software and the Australian Customs and Border Projection Service teams successfully complete the new generation case and investigation management system, known as the Case Referral Information Management System (CRIMS), on time and on budget. CRIMS becomes a key element in the National Investigations Branch’s armoury in enforcing the Australian Customs Act.

2010

February 2010 – New five year deal for UK Identity & Passport Service (UKIPS)
Following on from the successful upgrade and enhancement project conduct in mid-2009, Logica on behalf of the UKIPS signs a new five year support agreement, securing Distillery Software support until November 2014.

March 2010 – Corrective Services NSW awards contract to Distillery Software In March 2010 Corrective Service NSW and Distillery Software execute a three year contract to design, development support an intelligence and investigation management solution.

October 2010 – Customs awarded AIPM award for CRIMS
Resulting from the highly successful delivery of the CRIMS solution, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service earns both the ACT and national Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) Project Achievement Awards.

2011

March 2011 – Customs BTB case management module
Building on the success of the CRIMS platform, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service seeks Distillery Software’s help in building a new module designed to support the case management requirements of the Border Targeting Branch.

April 2011 – DIAC seeks new investigation management capability
The Department if Immigration & Citizenship contracts Distillery Software to implement an investigation management solution supporting national Fraud Investigations operations.

September 2011 – Queensland Police signs new three year deal
Distillery Software and Queensland Police execute new three year support contract.

November 2011 – Distillery Software helps target criminals
Distillery Software works with criminal intelligence agencies to increase cross-border criminal targeting capabilities.

2012

March 2012 – Customs seeks new case management module
The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service contracts Distillery Software to build upon the successful CRIMS platform to provide a range of additional capabilities or modules, including a new International Trade Measures (Anti-Dumping) case management capability.

December 2012 – Customs commits to NIS upgrade program
Distillery Software is currently engaged on the upgrade, enhancement and integration of the National Intelligence System (NIS).

2013

March 2013 – Customs signs a new enterprise deal
The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service and Distillery Software execute a new enterprise licensing and support arrangement underpinning the investments made in recent years to consolidate and enhance its intelligence and case management capabilities.

March 2013 – QCMC signs new three year deal
Distillery Software and Queensland Crime & Misconduct Commission execute new three year support contract.