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Ediscovery and legal services provider Epiq has announced the expansion of its artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled legal solutions to include Contract Analysis.  The new global Contract Analysis offering combines expertise with machine learning and natural language processing to enable faster, more intelligent contract analysis by legal teams, with the ability to supplement and scale this analysis with experienced Epiq team members.

Australia’s new mobile phone only bank Xinja has chosen the Box cloud document management platform to deliver customers’ bank statements and account data via a portal. Xinja’s financial lending team will also use Box as a way of managing documents with customers to drive faster end-user outcomes. 

ABBYY has announced its 2019 results, including continued double-digit year-over-year revenue growth and notable growth specific to revenue from RPA integrations and strategic partnerships. Additional drivers of success included an enhanced product portfolio following the acquisition of TimelinePI, now ABBYY Timeline, the end-to-end Process Intelligence platform.

Brother Australia have released two new mobile scanners, the DS-640 and DS-940DW, featuring a small footprint, making them ideal for workplaces where space is at a premium, whether it be scanning patient ID at healthcare clinics, managing sales contracts on the road, sharing blueprints at construction sites, handling logistics paperwork in a warehouse, or inputting receipts in retail stores.

ElectrifAi has announced the release of ProcurementAi, a cloud-based SaaS product utilizing AI to provide real time actionable insights into spend and contract data.

Ephesoft has announced the launch of Transact 2020.1 with two add-on modules: Ephesoft Cloud HyperExtender and Ephesoft Mobile.

Epson has announced the launch of 7 new WorkForce devices, all powered by its PrecisionCore heat-free print technology. The new range starts with the compact WorkForce Pro WF-878R desktop printer, suitable as either the main print device for smaller businesses or as a workgroup device for larger business and culminates with the WorkForce Enterprise WF-C21000, an ultra-fast 100 ppm device designed to easily handle large print volumes and tight deadlines

Fuji Xerox will now market Esker’s cloud-based Accounts Receivable automation solution in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. This reseller agreement expands the partnership between the two companies, who are already collaborating on an accounts payable (AP) automation solution in the same region.

Humanforce, a Sydney based global provider of workforce management solutions, has released a free Employee Trace Tool to help all businesses manage and protect their casual employees and the community through the COVID-19 outbreak.The tool, which works in conjunction with any source of timesheet or roster data, enables businesses to quickly and easily ascertain which infected employees worked on what day and time, in what location, and with who.

Griffith University will partner with Information Management and Governance (IMG) specialist iCognition to use the firm’s new Office365RMBot to capture, manage and govern information created by Office 365 across the enterprise.

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