Document & Records Management

This might be the first time you’ve heard the word ZUGFeRD, but those working with the European market probably already know of it. ZUGFeRD, a German acronym for the “Central User Guide for Electronic Invoicing in Germany”, was developed to add long-needed standardisation to the e-invoicing format.

State Archives and Records NSW is undertaking a complete renewal of its underlying infrastructure and systems in a push improve the online discoverability of its vast collections, and make it easier to find and use records.

Hyland  has officially completed the acquisition of the Perceptive business unit of Lexmark International, now offering a combined suite of content and image management solutions to address the clinical, financial and operational needs of healthcare organisations around the world.

iManage Records Manager 10.0, the newest version of the Information Governance and Records Management solution, offers a new integration with iManage Work 10 and a complete redesign of its user interface.

Based in Newport Beach, California, Insurer Pacific Life has successfully used EzeScan capture technology to improve user adoption of a newly deployed OpenText content management system.

So, you are going digital. You have started or completed a project or projects to implement digital solutions. You and your technology partner have analysed your requirements and worked hard to test and turn on a digital platform. But what then ....

Classification deals with the categorisation of objects. In our process automation and digitisation world, we often think of the objects as complete documents that need to be classified.

Brother International Australia has introduced a new model to its desktop scanner range; the Brother ADS-2200. The ADS-2200 replaces the ADS-2100e as an affordable, easy to use desktop scanner aimed at the business scanning needs for SMBs and SOHOs

A major project undertaken by ABBYY and the NSW Parliamentary Library has made available online a collection of over 60,000 documents previously held on microfiche. The documents have been optimised for online access so amateur and professional historians alike are just a simple cut and paste away from incorporating them in their research.

Australian law firm Macpherson Kelley will upgrade its on-premises document and email management technology to NetDocuments cloud-based platform across the firm’s four offices and 300 legal professionals.