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Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has announced that it has entered into a partnership with the artificial intelligence software provider, Kira Systems. Kira is software that, using artificial intelligence, searches and analyses text in contracts, delivering improved levels of speed, efficiency and quality to processes, adding value to clients.

Gilbert + Tobin, a top-tier law firm with over 550 people across offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, will upgrade its on-premises DMS to NetDocuments native cloud-based service to achieve greater usability, mobility, and improved security. Gilbert + Tobin services corporate and government clients across the APAC region and around the globe.

Healthworld, a leading supplier of Natural Medicines in Australia and New Zealand, began looking in 2015 for a scanning solution to scan documents and integrate with SharePoint.

Objective Corporation has been awarded a new contract with IBM to deliver a key component of the Australian Department of Defence's End User Compute (EUC) Program. The EUC Program is one of several initiatives designed to establish a dependable, secure and integrated Single Information Environment (SIE) to support Defence business and military operations

As an Australian police officer prepares to encounter a suspected terrorist or criminal gang member, arrayed on his or her iPad mini screen are the up to the minute results of a comprehensive search of more than 1000 federal, state and territory police databases detailing all essential facts about the individual. This may not be the case today, but is the future aim of a major IT collaboration and consolidation program underway at the Australian Crime Commission (ACC). IDM spoke with Chief Information Officer Narelle Lovett to learn more about the quest.

BreastScreen Victoria has developed an automated data capture solution to improve its interactions with women seeking to obtain early detection of breast cancer, resulting in a major improvement to workflow.

A solution employing Objectif Lune PlanetPress Capture and 1,500 Anoto digital pens is allowing South African multi-brand furniture retailer Lewis Group to eliminate paperwork generated by credit applications

Colin Biggers & Paisley, an Australian law firm with a focus on property development, has slashed thousands of paralegal hours and drastically reduced paper consumption by digitising its contracts with DocuSign.

Optical character recognition (OCR) technology from ABBYY is helping Melbourne-based financial software developer FinSuite to ease the burden on financial institutions in extracting and standardising data for business loan risk evaluation and processing.

While the company has not yet gone completely paperless, an automated data extraction solution using ABBYY FlexiCapture solution has streamlined the vast majority of paper-based processes for Clinical Care Professionals. The Australian organisation provides a wide range of nursing care, therapy services, and care services to people in their own homes.

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