Business Process & Workflow

New Zealand and Dubai have announced a new three-month pilot programme for electronic export certification, a new initiative set to further enhance trade of animal products between the two nations.

In the GPS era, it’s been estimated that only 1 in 3 Young People Can Read a Road Map. Make that a topographical map and you can be certain the percentage would be much much lower. No such problem for competitors in the annual Australian Geography Competition, where the map reading skills and geographical knowledge of Australia’s best and brightest High School students are tested in a challenging multiple-choice test.

KWizCom, a developer of SharePoint Forms & Workflows, as well as numerous other powerful SharePoint web parts, add-ons and apps for Office 365 (SharePoint Online), has unveiled a new add-on for SharePoint users, the Signature Pad Column.

​Digital transformation is a top priority at many enterprises as they attempt to convert more workflows to fully electronic processes. In the case of document handling and processing, many companies have implemented digital imaging solutions to convert their paper documents (mail, forms, archives, etc.) into digital documents. But that’s just one step on the path toward digital transformation.

When asked about the biggest barriers to digital transformation in 2019, nearly one-third of organizations surveyed (30 percent) cited insufficient budget and 22 percent cited the inability to experiment quickly. 'Legacy systems' still present the single biggest barrier at 41 percent of those surveyed. Lack of change management capabilities and relevant skills are also seen as major hurdles in 2019.

PSIcapture 7.2 has now been released, extending the ability to migrate beyond conventional content management systems into primary line of business applications via new migrations for Microsoft Dynamics GP, Box and Intuit Quickbooks Desktop. These join the long list of PSIcapture migrations that are provided free with all license levels.

Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) is one of the latest emerging technologies in the Business Process Automation (BPA) landscape and currently has a lot of hype surrounding it. While some are heralding it as the future of BPA, out in the marketplace there is still a lot of uncertainty around what exactly it is. Businesses are unclear about how it could be used in their processes and about whether RPA is a useful solution or just another industry buzzword.

So, you’ve just started your new job with (let’s say a medium to large organisation) and on the first-day induction you’re shown the company intranet.

The fax machine is a symbol of obsolete technology long superseded by computer networks – but faxing is actually growing in popularity.

Document management doesn’t have to feel like a slapdash, haphazard process. But often due to the sheer volume of work the average employee is tasked with, it’s easier to find a rhythm in the chaos vs. taking the time to step back and implement a better system. And that can certainly include the impulse to slap a pdf alongside every line item as a way to feel like you’re in control, covering all the bases in case of an internal audit or compliance check.

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