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Objective believes it can save each local council in Australia more than A$3 million per year by means of a hosted document authoring and collaboration platform, based on the platform it acquired from Limehouse Software (UK).

Each year the legal industry hot foots it to Legal Tech New York (LTNY), a three day event in February that brings together some of of the world's leading experts on ediscovery, compliance and information management. Michelle Mahoney, the Melbourne-based Director Applied Legal Technology for Mallesons Stephen Jaques, reports back from LTNY 2010.

A giant in global oil and gas exploration and development, Oilsearch is implementing the Oracle Universal Content Manager (UCM) with Oracle Universal Records Manager (URM) for document management.

Queenslanders will be able to look online to view the performance of their hospital emergency departments under a new initiative from Queensland Health.

Document management and data storage is one of the top ten technology strategies for CIOs in 2010, says analyst Gartner.

Document process automation company Esker has announced the addition of a new subsidiary in Malaysia. Esker has been established in Singapore since 2006, and the Malaysian opening falls in line with the company’s 2010 strategic development plan to strengthen its presence in Asia.

Top Image Systems, the Israeli developer of intelligent document recognition, and Raven Imaging, a specialist in the supply and maintenance of imaging software, hardware and storage equipment in South Africa, have been selected by Computershare South Africa to process, index and classify more than 30 million documents and convert them into electronic records.

Health fund NIB has signed a five year contract to outsource its manual back office activities and automate the processing of high volume paper transactions to a partnership between Salmat, Civica and Dataract.

Cisco has released the results of a third-party global study designed to assess how organizations use consumer social networking tools to collaborate externally, revealing the need for stronger governance and IT involvement.

TechnologyOne has announced swift success with a new software product designed for government organisations that manage grants, winning contracts worth more than $500,000 in the initial launch phase.

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