COTA Victoria drives ahead with ELO and Toshiba

Toshiba (Australia) has announced it will be working alongside document management systems provider, ELO, to implement new document management solutions for Council of the Ageing (COTA) Victoria.

COTA Victoria promotes the concerns of older people at the highest level of government and associated organisations, to promote, improve and protect the circumstances and wellbeing of older people in Australia as citizens and consumers.

COTA Victoria was looking for a document management system that would minimise the duplication of templates and streamline the archiving of data in their workplace.

Brett Morton, Information Officer at COTA Victoria, said that they also had specific project and finance workflows in mind for the system.

“We were looking for a platform that would help with grant submission projects. We are a small business, so our projects tend to be ad hoc based. We also wanted to improve our finance workflow submissions, particularly leave application,” said Brett.

Brett said the simplicity of the solution offered by Toshiba and ELO is what made it so attractive.

“ELO looked like a simple platform which would be a seamless fit to our work environment and the pricing was very reasonable. We were looking for something that would be easy when it came to training our staff and ELO would provide this, along with a local, Australian support team that we can rely on,” said Brett.

The solution is currently in the implementation phase and COTA are satisfied with the progress.

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