WA Department of Commerce selects ELO EDRMS

The Western Australian Department of Commerce (D0C) has selected ELO Digital Office to streamline the Department’s corporate records management cycle (Capture, Storage & Retrieval) and integration capabilities.

Following an extensive tender process, the DoC selected ELO as a system that “is robust, intuitive and fully integrated to assist with”.

It also cited ELO’s user-friendly interface, modern records management functionality and its capacity to provide self-sufficient administration and an open architecture.

ELO commenced deployment of ELO’s high end EDRMS solution, ELOenterprise, in January 2016.

With its six operational and two corporate divisions, the work of the department delivers a diverse array of services to the Western Australian community, including consumer and workplace protection and safety and encouraging and fostering industry innovation and growth.

Rainer Krause, ELO Australia’s Managing Director, said, “Our product will provide the capability to enhance business processes as well as adding mobility solutions. I think that we were chosen not only because of what we have and what we do today, but also for what the WA DoC can do with ELO – today and tomorrow. We may become WA DoC’s core platform, beyond Records Management.”

The agreement between ELO Australia and the WA DoC includes the delivery of software, all related implementation and training services as well as professional services to migrate millions of documents into ELO from a previous EDRMS.

“We have proven that ELO’s team is capable of delivering compliant solutions at Queensland Treasury Corporation and Greater Metropolitan Cemetery Trust (Melbourne),” said Charles Lattuca, Key Account Manager ELO Australia.

“WA DoC will benefit from our collaborative approach during analysis, implementation, rollout and production phases. Most importantly, WA DoC will be able to manage their system themselves. ELO has an open architecture that will save WA DoC time and money – now and in the future.”