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Drakes Supermarkets is a family-owned business established in 1974 when Roger Drake purchased his first supermarket. Today, the company is the largest independent grocery retailer in Australia with more than 50 stores across South Australia and Queensland.

Melbourne based law firm, Sladen Legal, has selected Nikec Hub, the file sharing and collaboration tool from Nikec Solutions, to further improve communication and collaboration with clients. The firm is dedicated to providing expert advice and legal services to private enterprises, they represent some of Melbourne’s most innovative businesses. The firm prides itself as being client driven and having a personal approach to law.

A joint Parliamentary Committee has recommended the government provide funding for an upgrade to technology systems at the Australian Electoral Commission to allow scanning and electronic counting of House of Representatives ballot papers. This would need to be accompanied by extensive technical amendments to legislation that governs the way federal elections are managed in Australia.

Findex, an Australian provider of integrated financial advisory and accounting services with, will be rolling out iManage Cloud to 3000 users within the next 6 months.

The headaches of handling paper forms and records can quickly add up when managing payroll for an organisation with more than 11,500 employees. A successful backscanning and digitisation project at Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) has removed a lot of the pain from payroll administration.

Changes to Senate voting at the 2016 Australian federal election substantially increased the complexity of the Senate count. Faced with a tight deadline before the double dissolution election on 2 July 2016, the AEC in partnership with Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions was able to develop a new end-to-end solution involved scanning and image recognition technology in less than 12 weeks

Information Management and Governance specialist, iCognition, has won a large three-year contract to transition the University of NSW HPE TRIM Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) to the cloud and expand its usage, initially to 3,200 users but with the capability for 10,000 users.

My customers trust Associated Asset Management (AAM) with the creation, management, disposition and seamless access to their documents and official records. We take this role of the custodian of their documents very seriously as mismanaging them can lead to legal exposure for our clients. When it came time for AAM to replace our document management system, I became very interested in what makes Document Management implementations fail and what can be done to prevent it. Having successfully navigated our implementation, I wanted to share some of my findings.

Migrating more than half a million objects into an EDRMS is never a task to be taken lightly. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council (PMHC), a local government organisation located in northern NSW, recently faced this challenge after implementing HP TRIM for over 400 users.

The procurement team at Manningham City Council in Melbourne is leading the local authority towards digital signatures with an implementation of the Secured Signing platform.

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