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Blumark has helped one of Australia’s largest mutuals improve its speed to decision through the implementation of an innovative end to end home loan approval workflow and document management process.

The container shipping & transportation industry historically has involved a significant amount of paperwork. INTTRA is a company operating a global network that is eliminating paper and faxes from key aspects of the chain, including booking a space on a container ship. IDM spoke with INTTRA President and COO Inna Kuznetsova to learn how this has been achieved.

The NSW Police Force - Australia's oldest and largest police organisation and one of the biggest in the English-speaking world – has been on a quest to move from a hard copy paradigm into digital information management. At Micro Focus Realize 2018, Jeff Greenwood, Manager, Process and Records Services, NSW Police Force, outlined the story so far.

One of the world’s largest oil and gas technology and services companies has used Archive360’s FastCollect for Archives and its Archive2Azure  to find, migrate and manage all of its data from aging and/or end of life (EOL) systems into the Microsoft Cloud.

Malaysion law firm Donovan & Ho has implemented iManage Work Product Management in the iManage Cloud for secure collaboration and to increase the firm’s efficiency.

Dentons Rodyk, a member of Dentons – the world’s largest law firm – will be the first firm in Singapore to provide all its lawyers and staff with Contract Companion, a tool that leverages Artificial Document Intelligence to achieve unparalleled analysis speed, greater accuracy, and improved workflow when reviewing and proofreading documents.

North Queensland Bulk Ports (NQBP) has implemented a digital pilot passage plan using the Intelledox Infiniti platform – the first port authority in Australia to do so.

There are many aspects to consider when embarking on a major back scanning project, and one of the most daunting if pursuing an in-house approach is acquiring the necessary scanning hardware and software to digitise the archive, as well as developing the expertise to make it all run smoothly. Scanning specialist EzeScan is gaining traction with a headache free option providing the ability to rent scanners and the necessary software for the duration of a project, with setup and training included. Once the project is completed, the user simply hands it all back having had the ability to better manage cash flow by choosing to either CAPEX or OPEX the solution costs.

Semantic Sciences has published details of a Metadata Extraction Project for IP Australia, the Australian Government agency responsible for administering intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trademarks, designs and plant breeders’ rights.

MercyAscot, one of New Zealand’s leading private healthcare providers, has signed contracts with two IT providers, InterSystems and Umbrellar, in a major step towards replacing and extending its existing patient administration and clinical information systems.

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