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Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific has announced a partnership with M-Files to provide automated workflows and information management solutions deployable in the cloud, on-premise or both.

Australian knowledge management firm Knosys has won a contract worth $NZ840,00 to implement a standalone KnowledeIQ system at ANZ Bank New Zealand, as part of the ANZ’s effort to comply with Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) regulations.

Kofax is teaming with Microsoft to allow Microsoft Universal Print users to leverage Kofax ControlSuite, the company’s print management and cognitive capture software solution, across a wide range of printers and multi-function devices (MFD).

Canada’s Maru Group has announced the launch of a next-generation unstructured data analytics tool, Maru/HUB Topic Modelling, using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to deliver better, more accurate results.

Smart Communications, provider of a customer conversations management platform, has announced the launch of SmartIQ. Evolving from the Intelledox product, which Smart Communications acquired in July 2019.

Today’s global workforce has experienced fundamental and disruptive changes over the past few months as a result of the pandemic. Organizations across diverse sectors and geographic markets are experiencing shifts in their day-to-day work environment that have revealed the need for greater operating efficiency, connected systems, and seamless workflows across every facet of the enterprise.

Technology distributor ACA Pacific has announced an agreement with Entrust Datacard to cover the Australian and New Zealand markets.

SMB finance app Xero has added new search functionality on the company’s app marketplace, powered by enterprise software-as-a-service platform Coveo, making it faster and simpler for small businesses to find the right apps to suit their unique needs.

Epicor Software has introduced a new version of the DocStar Enterprise Content Management solution, including an upgraded user interface, enabling teams to work smarter from any location.

Ediscovery vendor Epiq has announced the launch of Epiq Compliance Connector for Microsoft Teams, a proprietary tool that connects Teams deployments with an organization’s compliance and eDiscovery processes. Epiq Teams Compliance Connector threads Teams chat messages and is claimed to be one of the first applications to identify and collect modern attachments (e.g. links to files stored in Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft Exchange) and connect them to their associated Teams messages for eDiscovery purposes.

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