Document & Records Management

More than 8 in 10 workers worldwide are forced to recreate lost documents already in existence, according to the 2019 Global Intelligent Information Management (IIM) Benchmark Report today released by M-Files Corporation.

Vector, a mobile-first workflow and transportation management platform, has announced Vector Back Office solution to help carriers and shippers streamline data entry. It combines Vector’s industry-leading smartphone scanning app with intelligent processing to automatically fill data into documents.

DocsCorp, a leading provider of document productivity solutions, has reported a 69% increase in the sale of its information leak prevention software cleanDocs. The number of cleanDocs users increased by 62% in that same period.

One of the key functions of the government is to collect and archive national records. This includes everything from property records and registers of births, deaths and taxes, to Parliamentary proceedings, and even the ABC’s digital library of Australian news and entertainment. A new report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) considers the important role these records play as the collective digital identity of our nation.

Now and into the future, the most successful companies will be transparent with their clients and other businesses, interacting dynamically via an ever-growing number of social media platforms. The challenge to maintain compliant records can seem overwhelming but there is no need to throw your hands up in despair.

MxHero, the developer of the email to cloud integration technology Mail2Cloud, has launched a solution aimed at helping companies preserve critical business records found in emails from automatic deletion imposed by retention policies.

Nitro Software, Inc. has announced a partnership with Dropbox to provide PDF productivity and eSigning capabilities through Dropbox Extensions, a new series of Dropbox platform capabilities.

Ephesoft has announced a new Global Partner Program designed to provide its partners with everything needed to market, configure and deliver comprehensive smart document capture solutions to a broad market base. Ephesoft currently has 250 partners in 50 countries across 6 continents, all of which will be transitioned to the new Global Partner Program.

Diligen, developer of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based contract assistant, has announced new native integration with NetDocuments, the cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments. The integration allows users to simply and securely summarize and analyse legal documents using Diligen’s AI and Machine Learning tools.

ABBYY has announced the rebranding of its most powerful server-based optical character recognition service ABBYY Recognition Server as ABBYY FineReader Server. The step aims to further consolidate all ABBYY OCR and PDF conversion offering under the FineReader brand.

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