Document & Records Management

DBI Technologies has launched a software solution for automatically processing Microsoft Word (.docx) and Text (.txt) files of any subject matter into each file's own list of contextually accurate document tags. The finished result places contextually accurate tags into the document's own profile Tag Property, elevating the processed documents into accurately relevant searchable resources.

An intelligent document management application designed and built by Clayton Utz's Forensic and Technology Services (FTS) team received the Community Choice Award for the Best Innovation at the 5th annual Relativity Innovation Awards in Chicago this week. The Awards are part of Relativity Fest, the leading global e-discovery conference for legal technology professionals.  

The terms digitisation and digitalisation get tossed around a lot these days, particularly in the context of document management and digital transformation discussions. The two words are often used interchangeably, but they really mean two different things – one provides for efficiencies in workflow and the other enables business transformation.

The Office of Public Prosecutions (OPP) is Victoria’s largest criminal legal practice. With 325 employees including 256 lawyers, the OPP prosecutes serious offences in Victoria’s County and Supreme Courts and conducts criminal appeals in the County Court, the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Australia. OPP’s adoption of the Knosys KnowledgeIQ platform has led to a user-friendly interface for curated digital records. OPP solicitors are now relying on the most up-to-date and authoritative information which is available to them in an easy-to-consume format. 

Android phone and tablet users have now been given the ability to edit PDFs on the Adobe Document Cloud in the latest release of Adobe Acrobat DC.

Without giving you too much detail of Accelerate’s patent-pending technology innovation, we’d like to share some of the “under the covers” methodology with you. Intelledox engineers created an AI engine to take a PDF or non-fillable PDF and put it through a wizard process.

Christchurch-headquartered Information Leadership has been announced as one of 24 companies globally that are Charter Members of Microsoft’s Content Services Partner Program for FY19 and is the only New Zealand company in this select group. Information Leadership is also the only company in Asia-Pacific to be recognised in the Advisory and Implementation categories.

Zasio Enterprises has announced the release of Versatile Retention Software-as-a-Service (VR SaaS) Global.

Shield Docs has announced a new Australian-first secure file-sharing solution, providing a trusted cloud-based environment that can be used to share, store and utilise critical files and data sets with complete end-to-end visibility and efficiency.

Lexalytics has announced the launch of a Data Extraction Service that combines the company's AI-based, natural language processing (NLP) technologies with the ability to classify both structured and unstructured content to gain more insights and value from corporate documents.

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