Enterprise Applications

Businesses have always had to navigate change, driven by many factors, including the introduction of new technologies, requirements to move into new markets, competitive pressures, or increased regulatory scrutiny.

Standards Australia, the peak standards-setting organisation for Australia, has released its first discussion paper on how it should approach standards building for AI. Standards Australia is accepting public submissions until 31 July on the role it should play in shaping standards for AI both nationally and globally.

Micro Focus has launched a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) product designed to give companies the power to build, secure, and scale automated business processes, from legacy to modern, across the enterprise.

Canberra software company Intelledox has been acquired by Smart Communications, UK firm that offers a global cloud platform for enterprise customer communications. The purchase price was not disclosed.

Fastman has launched two new digital signature and OpenText read-only license compliance solutions.

On Friday, 20-June-2019, Gartner published new research titled “The Future of the DBMS Market Is Cloud” by Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian and Adam Ronthal. The thesis: cloud is now the default platform for managing data. On-premises is the past, and only legacy compatibility or special requirements should keep you there. 

Capgemini has announced the launch of Capgemini Invent in Australia and New Zealand following the global launch announced in September last year. The new division is targeting organisations evaluating their digital transformation strategy.

DocsCorp has announced new versions of cleanDocs, it's solution to preventing accidental data breaches by removing metadata from documents at sub-second speed, and by having users confirm all email recipients and attachments as correct before sending.

Ocrolus, a New York startup that utilises machine learning to capture data from financial documents, has announced $US24M in new funding will be used to automate underwriting workflows for lenders and banks, and expand into new verticals.

Federal MP Amanda Rishworth raised concerns over the weekend that Australia could be headed for another robo-debt ordeal after the government reportedly confirmed the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will use data matching to audit childcare rebates. Government agencies increasingly use automated tools to make or facilitate decisions that affect citizens’ lives, but it’s not always appropriate for important decisions to be made by a computer.

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