The Singapore Parliament adopted an automated Content Management and Delivery system to record the parliament proceedings.
The recording system enables the recording and archiving of parliament proceedings. It also brings sophisticated publishing capabilities in-house and provides useful features both authoring and publishing tools at a touch of a button like, fast batch pagination with manual control and produce high quality content under tight timelines.
The Singapore Parliament is the first in Asia to implement Content Management and Delivery system, modelled after the British Parliament and the University of Cambridge.
The users of this system are the staffs from the Official Reports or Hansard department of Singapore parliament, said Gunalan Kamalanthan, project Manager of the Singaproe Parliament Reporting system.
“The staff used to spend long hours, sometimes stretchning late into the night, to transcribe and record every word spoken in the parliament chamber. With the new system, the transcription and reporting process is speedier and more accurate,” said Kamalanathan.
Under the development of NIIT Technologies, the project went live in October last year after almost twelve months of development.
“The system deployed for the Singapore Parliament has been tailored specially. There are a lot of customisations, templates, standardisation to improve its efficiency,” said Arvind Mehrotra, President Asia Pacific of NIIT Technologies.
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