Office of Intercollegiate Services

Pelican Computing wrote the document management website used by the Cambridge Colleges' Bursars' Committee to store their thousands of committee documents. It also tracks sub-committee membership and uses a questionnaire system to gather information between the colleges.

Cambridge University Safety Office

Pelican Computing wrote the database that records radioative storage and removal within the University. Data is imported from the University departments.

Cambridge International Examinations

Pelican Computing wrote the database to track Training Centres throughout the world along with their programme leaders, course applications and qualificatons .

Trinity College, Cambridge University

Cmglee Cambridge Trinity College Great Court
Pelican Computing wrote an online payment system that imports data from various sources and calculates how much to pay the college fellows. It produces remittance advices, reports and exports.

St John's College, Cambridge University

Bridge of Sighs, St John's College
Pelican Computing provides the interface to transfer data from the University Student Records System (CamSIS) into their Alumni Database.

Rural Busines Unit, Cambridge University (RBU)

A consortium of Universities carry out the annual Farm Business Survey commissioned by the government. Pelican Computing automated data extraction from the survey and wrote the Government Office Region Reports. The pages are available at

Cambridge Colleges' Administrative Software Consortium (CASC)

CASC owns software for college administration. Pelican Computing wrote their online payment preparation system that colleges use to help pay supervisors for their supervisions.

Department of Law, Cambridge University

Faculty of Law, Cambridge
Pelican Computing work with the Faculty of Law IT department.

Faculty of Education, Cambridge University

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Pelican Computing designed a database for the Faculty of Education Primary PGCE for course administrators to use in managing the placement allocations process. Staff are able to build on the database to write their own reports and queries.



"The database Pelican Computing created is an invaluable tool for the work we do on the organization of professional placements for the Primary PGCE trainees. The school placement allocation process is a complex one which takes into consideration a number of different factors that the database allows us to track. It has been in use since 2008 and since then Pelican Computing has always been available to help with any queries or requests we might have, such as updating it to run with Windows 10."
(Kate Hardcastle, School Placements Coordinator and Anne Herriot, School Partnership Administrator, Primary PGCE)

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