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Sydney’s Waverley Council is accelerating its move to the digital age with the help of esignatures, as part of the 150-year-old council’s Digital Waverley program.

Australia's leading and longest running residential smoke alarm specialist, Smoke Alarms Australia, has undertaken a major project to implement automated data capture and workflow.

EMR vendor Core Medical Solutions (CMS) has announced that its clinical information system BOSSnet will expand across the Grampians Rural Health Alliance (GRHA) footprint in Victoria.

Governance and Compliance was targeted as one of the key result areas in the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) TAS Branch Strategic Plan 2014 – 2017. The implementation of an effective business system to manage record-keeping of both electronic and physical records was identified as a major requirement within this key result area.

The first fully automated terminal operation in Australia is being promised by the developers of the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) in Melbourne, a subsidiary of Filipino company International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI)

Victoria’s Wyndham City Council has taken out the first of four inaugural customer Innovation Awards presented by ECM solutions provider Objective at its at its annual Collaborate 2016 user conference, held in Sydney this week.

The machinery of government does not always run smoothly, particularly in the wake of the inevitable mergers and demergers of departments or agencies that take place after elections or ministerial reshuffles. This was definitely the case for one large NSW state government department, which faced a major challenge in 2016 to align two separate and unsupported deployments of TRIM for over 1800 users, while also preparing for a scheduled demerger of one of its agencies.

A leading provider of healthcare analytics and technology-enabled services, Intermedix, has developed a solution to address no-show patients using Dataiku Data Science Studio (DSS), its predictive analytics and data science platform.  The problem of patients missing scheduled appointments costs the healthcare industry billions of dollars of lost revenue each year. 

The Northern Territory Department of Health has signed a $525k contract with Alcidion Group to utilise the company’s technology across the Royal Darwin and Alice Springs Hospitals. The Department employs 6,323 staff and manages five public hospitals, and is presently constructing the new Palmerston Regional Hospital, the Northern Territory’s most technologically advanced facility.

Queensland’s third largest seaport, Port of Townsville, has implemented TechnologyOne’s Enterprise Content Management solution (ECM), strengthening its existing strategic partnership.

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