The Oracle Health Management System supports vaccination appointment bookings online or through the hotline.
People receive a QR code that confirms their identity and speeds vaccination check-in.
Healthcare workers use the system to record the type of vaccination administered and create or update each person's electronic health record.
If a second dose is required, the system also reminds people to make an appointment.
Vaccinations are recorded in the Australian Immunisation Register, and Health Management System data is stored onshore within in the Oracle Cloud.
Authorised personnel can see the percentage of the Tasmanian population that has been fully or partially vaccinated and the types administered to help manage inventory and demand.
"In this complex and fast-moving fight against COVID-19, there is a critical role for data to play, now and in the longer term," said Oracle vice president and ANZ regional managing director Cherie Ryan.
"Oracle created the cloud-based Health Management System specifically for this task. It allows governments and medical facilities to register consumers, schedule appointments, record, and track first and second vaccine doses, send appointment confirmations and reminders, and create a unique digital health record for each person that is securely stored in the Oracle Cloud."
Tasmania is the first state in Australia to use the Oracle Health Management System. Oracle is providing access and support free of charge for the next ten years.