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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.

The largest independently-owned transport company in Queensland, Followmont Transport, is ensuring its future with a host of state-of-the-art technology deployments including a new centralised EzeScan scanning and capture solution.

Australian law firm Maddocks has adopted Luminance’s machine learning technology to streamline the due diligence processes. The firm selected Luminance due to its ability to significantly reduce the amount of time spent on a due diligence review compared to typical manual methods.

Medical Assurance Society (MAS), a New Zealand membership-based society that provides a range of financial and business advisory services, has started to deploy Promapp’s cloud-based business process management software to support its business transformation programmes.

Delphi, one of Sweden's top commercial law firms, has chosen DocsCorp’s contentCrawler as part of its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance strategy. The firm selected the contentCrawler OCR module to help address the "dark data" issue that was discovered after an audit of their file systems.

Every election is critical, but a complicated set of requirements will add up to a unique challenge for the 2019 Local Government Elections in New Zealand. A new customised scanning and processing system supplied and configured by ABBYY will help to automate and simplify the task for electionz.com, the organisation that will be handling the bulk of processing.

More than 6 million historical client documents held by the Western Australia Department of Communities Housing (Housing Authority) presented a major headache for staff owing to a lack of containment and classification. A new Ephesoft smart document capture system deployed by the Process Automation Group (PAG) is now assisting with making documents findable and enabling retention polices to be applied.

Victorian service provider Wannon Water has partnered with Intelledox and FYB to implement next-generation forms. Completion of a Job Safety Analysis (JSA), required before any high risk on-site work event, was the catalyst for organisational change. Following a successful pilot, the digital process has been extended to incorporate all forms across the business.

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