Document & Records Management

Australian mining company Centennial Coal (Centennial) has selected the Icertis Contract Management (ICM) platform to streamline its contracting process while driving efficiency and transparency across its operations.

PDFfiller, an all-in-one online PDF editor, e-signature and form builder, now allows its users to create and manage complex e-signature workflows with SignNow.

A hot topic is Records Classification. Discussions surrounding records classification do not seem to cease, as this continues to be the centre of records management issues experienced by many. In my view as a records manager, the importance of classification often tends to be misunderstood or dismissed by end-users and even IT professionals. On the other hand, I realize that records managers should put more effort into developing strategies that address the concerns expressed by others.

Russ Hubbard is Chief Revenue Officer at Ephesoft, the enterprise content capture and data solution provider. At the opening of Ephesoft's new ANZ HQ in central Sydney's Martin Place, IDM sat down with Russ to learn more about the company's local operations and global strategy.

Khan's Supa IGA Group was established back in 1981 and currently operates 11 supermarkets with more than 800 staff located throughout NSW. Stores are located across a widespread NSW regional footprint include outback towns such as Bourke, Cobar and Lightning Ridge.

AvePoint has announced updates to its Cloud Governance solution that will enhance an organization’s ability to safely collaborate with external users in Microsoft Teams.

Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has announced its move to replace SharePoint with iManage Work 10 for document, email management and collaboration for its 6,000 global users.

Microsoft has announced Autodesk AutoCAD integration in OneDrive and SharePoint, allowing the opening and editing of DWG files in the AutoCAD desktop application, the AutoCAD mobile app, and the new AutoCAD web app.

The Australian Digital Health Agency has announced it will provide $A30,000 to software vendors to integrate new standards into their existing clinical information and secure messaging systems, as part of the push to eliminate paper-based messaging in healthcare.

A survey of 150 US federal government decisionmakers has found an overreliance on manual processes suggests agencies may be overconfident in their ability to comply with the upcoming electronic record mandate.

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