Government agencies use ABR data to help with policy development for the delivery of community support services, education programs and surveys.
The following case studies show how we have used ABR data to help communities:
Note: If you have had success using ABR data and would like to share your story with other agencies, contact the ABR.
The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) regularly interact with businesses to support a productive, competitive and sustainable Victorian economy.
The department recently integrated the Australian Business Register (ABR) with our Client Relationship Management (CRM) application.
Integration with the ABR web service has:
The department creates approximately 200-300 new accounts per month and process time has been reduced from multiple minutes to less than one minute since the integration.
Users have welcomed this new service and are pleased that it has resulted in a simpler process for creating new account records.
The Queensland Government’s Office of Small Business (part of the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training) was looking to:
They were specifically interested in:
By connecting to the ABR, staff were able to pull a suite of customer data and apply it to the customer's record to:
The agency recognised savings that would have otherwise been spent manually obtaining, inputting and maintaining customer information or opportunities missed through poor data quality.
This increased the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the agency’s functions and ability to report on customer relationships, in turn helping to support Queensland's small businesses and tourism industry.