After a development period of eight months the University of Sydney went live with what is regarded as one of the largest BPM implementation projects in the Southern hemisphere to date. Taysols' involvement started as early as 2003, when the overall strategy for the implementation of a BPM framework at the University was established. Mark Taylor, Director of Taysols, led the strategy development and subsequent vendor selection. After a 3-month proof of concept, the design and development started in September 2004. Close to 50 resources worked simultaneously on the project. "Managing this project was certainly one of the more complex assignments in my career" says Mark Taylor who has been in the consulting business for more than 15 years. To date, the University has rolled out the BPM solution to over 400 reporting, planning, budgeting & forecasting users.