Business Process & Workflow

Digital transformation is one of those catch-all concepts that you find turning up in all kinds of discussions these days. It’s not a strategy and it’s not a plan, although it’s often confused with both.

Leading UK bank NatWest has launched the UK’s first paperless mortgage, which promises to dramatically reduce turnaround times.

Kodak Alaris is expanding its information capture ecosystem with the launch of the Alaris S2000 Series – a new family of network/wireless and USB-connected desktop scanners.

Acronis has announced the availability of Acronis Access Advanced 8.0, the latest version of mobile file access, sync & share solution for enterprises. Acronis Access Advanced 8.0 introduces new features designed to increase security, compliance and convenience protecting shared data. It also extends flexibility of integrating with other mobile applications.

Accusoft has announced the launch of a new no-code workflow designer for its web-based business process automation software OnTask . The workflow designer allows companies to easily and quickly build custom business processes that automate all of the tasks in the process, without coding or the assistance of IT.

Organisations today are faced with exponential amounts of data entering the business in many different formats, from a wide range of sources. Most is categorised as unstructured data: email, video, audio, web chat, social media messages. While dealing with business data can seem like a burden, it is actually invaluable for mitigating risks within your organisation.

Microsoft has integrated Adobe’s e-signature solution, Adobe Sign, with its chat-based workspace, Microsoft Teams in various cloud platforms , namely Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Dynamic 365, Adobe Marketing Cloud.

Australian firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth is the latest to adopt artificial intelligence technology in the due diligence process for mergers and acquisitions transactions.

Knowledgeone Corporation has announced an entirely new way for small business, corporations and government agencies to run sophisticated information management applications (Apps) in the Cloud.

Melbourne-based financial accounting firm Krigsman Partners has revolutionised its document processing with the deployment of ABBYY FineReader 14.

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