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Brother Australia has worked closely with car rental vendor Europcar, to optimise the integration of its Document Scanners with a POS Solution for processing customer identification, which is now deployed at over 150 Europcar locations throughout ANZ.

A chance encounter at a social media conference solved Taranaki Regional Council’s social media records compliance issues and now saves the communications team hours of work every week.

One of Australia’s largest private hospital groups has deployed Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in tandem with ABBYY FlexiCapture technology to overcome a major headache with processing over 30,000 supplier invoices per year.

One of the UK’s leading personal injury law firms has added a much-needed line of defence against accidental data breaches.

The Australian operations of the WD-40 Company, makers of the famed lubricant spray, wanted to reduce the amount of paper used in its Australian business. As a manufacturer and distributor in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry, WD-40 Company typically processes around 100 invoices per week. These have traditionally been paper-based, with physical signatures required for each invoice to be approved.

The New Zealand Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) has entered into a contract with Microsoft to store all applications and data on external servers. After conducting its own Privacy Impact Assessment on the use of Microsoft cloud services, it will store the data in Microsoft’s data centres in Sydney, with possible backups in Melbourne.

The Joint Command Head Quarters of the Australian Department of Defence (HQ JOC) is deploying a high speed text extraction and analysis application, Sintelix, developed by Semantic Sciences.

Appian has announced it is helping Geoscience Australia improve and digitise the processes supporting travel card integration within the organisation’s financial systems.

The Office of Public Prosecutions (OPP) is Victoria’s largest criminal legal practice. With 325 employees including 256 lawyers, the OPP prosecutes serious offences in Victoria’s County and Supreme Courts and conducts criminal appeals in the County Court, the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Australia. OPP’s adoption of the Knosys KnowledgeIQ platform has led to a user-friendly interface for curated digital records. OPP solicitors are now relying on the most up-to-date and authoritative information which is available to them in an easy-to-consume format. 

Information Management and Governance (IMG) specialist, iCognition has delivered significant client business improvements by automating asset management and correspondence management processes at two NSW government agencies using iCognition’s RM Workflow product.

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