Enterprise Applications

A chance encounter at a social media conference solved Taranaki Regional Council’s social media records compliance issues and now saves the communications team hours of work every week.

M-Files Corporation has  announced a partnership with solutions provider Fusion5 to address information management challenges for their customers across Australia and New Zealand.

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.

Microsoft has released Common Data Service (CDS) for Power Apps, Flow and Power BI. This Common Data service was the missing piece in Microsoft’s vision in connecting data with modern workplace apps in Office 365. This new feature will make end-to-end applications building accessible to a whole new range of more business-minded people, further helping to bridge the gap that has always existed between IT and business.

Digital Knowledge Management (DKM) developer Yext, Inc. has announced the launch of Yext Brain.

SAP SE  has acquired Contextor SAS, a European robotic process automation (RPA) firm to help accelerate the development and expansion of its SAP Leonardo Machine Learning portfolio.

Blue Prism has joined the party by launching its own Robotics Process Automation (RPA) “app store” - its new Digital Exchange (DX) – following similar announcements from competitors Automation Anywhere and UiPath in 2018.

Australian technology and data management business Database Consultants Australia (DCA) has acquired Tenix Solutions a provider of compliance management, digital platforms, infringement processing and collections services for government enterprises and private sector organisations.

Services organizations have been using transmittal workflows for years. The process consists of collecting multiple documents — some contractual, some operational and some informational — and attaching a summary cover sheet to create a deliverable package. This package, which can be delivered either by courier, mail or fax, today is mostly sent by email.

Two Australian hospitals have been officially recognised as the first hospitals to adopt the highest international standards of digital health at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) AsiaPac18 Conference and Exhibition. St Stephen’s Hospital Hervey Bay (UnitingCare) and The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne are being accredited as Stage 7 – the most advanced stage of the HIMSS Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM).