The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) gathers a wealth of information from a variety of sources in the course of undertaking its activities as the principal revenue collection agency of the Australian Government.
The ATO uses this information to produce an annual Taxation Statistics report, which provides a comprehensive statistical summary of information collected from taxpayers. Prior to becoming a customer, the process of generating this report was both time consuming and labour intensive.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. As the UK’s biggest public service department it administers the State Pension and a range of working age, disability and ill health benefits to more than 22 million claimants and customers.
With rising user demands and the looming impact of the Open Data initiative, the DWP Client Statistics team realised it had to find a suitable replacement for its existing internal tools.
Using SuperWEB, the ABS was able to provide Census data users with Census TableBuilder, an online tool that allows users the freedom to create large, complex tables with access to nearly all Census data variables and to create a large variety of data visualisations, including tables, graphs, and maps of Census data.
GROS initiated the Scottish Census Results Online (SCROL) website to ensure the benefits available from the 2001 Scottish Census were realized. The goals of SCROL were widespread, timely and coordinated use of Census results, to allow informed decision-making, and improve the quality and effectiveness of public services in Scotland.
With a wealth of natural wonders, dramatic scenery, spectacular beaches and fascinating indigenous culture, it’s no surprise that Australia is one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations.
Making great visitor experiences, though, is not just a matter of luck; government and tourism businesses invest enormous effort into building the blend of programs and infrastructure that make visiting Australia the holiday of a lifetime. Tourism Research Australia (TRA) provides the data and research that Australia’s tourism industry depends on to support its planning decisions.
SuperSTAR was selected for the DPP subsystem because it delivers the ease of use, throughput, consistency and scalability demanded by the US Census Bureau for their complex table requirements. These capabilities are a direct result of the more than 20 years' experience Space-Time Research has had in supporting official statistics providers with the crucial technology they need to meet their goals and objectives.
Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) use SuperCROSS, Space-Time Research’s desktop client for fast, flexible tabulation and analytics, to easily handle, manipulate and analyze their census and survey data, and use SuperWEB easy, online ad-hoc tabulation and dissemination of data.