A project to convert a large historical archive of images and drawings to digital assets is bearing fruit for Genting Malaysia, a major regional player in the leisure and hospitality business.

RP Solutions, Inc., a remittance processing solutions provider and OPEX Corporation, a provider of high-speed document imaging and mail centre automation equipment, have detailed a successful implementation of their integrated Mixed Mail Processing solution at Bill2Pay.

Lake Macquarie City Council on the NSW central coast has given a solid endorsement to new search engine technology developed for the local government sector by IT services and solutions provider iPlatinum.

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has flagged a move to electronic capture and processing of more than 150,000 enrolment forms  a month it currently receives on paper and manually processes.

A government organisation in New Zealand has overcome the challenge of moving its SharePoint deployment to the cloud while remaining in step with the tough legislative guidelines of the NZ Public Records Act.

Hurunui District Council is a New Zealand local government authority for a rural population of 10,000 located 30 minutes north of Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. Two years ago the council identified a need to replace its ageing Alchemy document management system with a new solution that included electronic records management capabilities.

The AHL Group, one of Australia’s premier entertainment, hospitality, tourism and leisure companies, has switched to a new OpenText document management platform, in the process migrating 150,000+ documents from ageing Hummingbird eDOCS 6 system.

A win at the European Union EU Directorate General (DG) has topped off another strong year of international success for Australian ediscovery and data investigation developer Nuix.

Australian insurer CGU is forging a way ahead in the digital era with a digital mailroom solution from Iron Mountain.

Climbing the well-worn timber staircase to the Surry Hills, Sydney design studio of Longina Phillips Designs and the door opens to a hive of a hive of design activity and modern technology. In the case of this busy design studio there is nothing artificial about the distressed finish to the timber stairs and flooring, it is genuine wear and tear from the traffic of hundreds of talented designers and artists that have worked in the Victorian-era terrace building since the studio opened in 1988.