Optical character recognition (OCR) technology from ABBYY is helping Melbourne-based financial software developer FinSuite to ease the burden on financial institutions in extracting and standardising data for business loan risk evaluation and processing.

While the company has not yet gone completely paperless, an automated data extraction solution using ABBYY FlexiCapture solution has streamlined the vast majority of paper-based processes for Clinical Care Professionals. The Australian organisation provides a wide range of nursing care, therapy services, and care services to people in their own homes.

Australian based law firm, M+K Lawyers, has adopted the Commvault Data Platform and Pure Storage FlashArray to drive savings, speed and security through holistic management of their information assets

A critical aspect of the National Blood Authority’s work - collaborating across all Australian governments to manage and coordinate an adequate, safe and affordable supply of blood and blood products and services - has become significantly easier thanks to an innovative and secure private workspace provided via Objective Connect.

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.

News Corp is rolling out Dropbox across the organization to provide its 25,000-plus employees globally the tools to better work together.

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) has launched a Research Data Archive to provide an institution-wide long-term storage platform. It has been designed specifically for researchers to securely search and share data with colleagues and comply with research data policies and codes of practice.

A three year, $A5.4M program to implement electronic record-keeping at the Department of Health has failed to provide “an effective and efficient records management system which delivered identified business needs,” according to a report by the Australian National Audit Office.

Since becoming the first court in Australia to implement an electronic court file (ECF), the Federal Court has been acknowledged as a global leader in the practice of managing electronic court documents and received a number of awards in recognition of this achievement.  Having accomplished the digitising of its Court case files the Court has now turned its attention to the challenge of digitising the Court’s administrative records held in its Principal and eight district registries.

A major program is underway to digitise more than three million pages of paper records recording the history of more than 20 cemeteries dispersed across Melbourne stretching from Lilydale to Werribee. Created in March 2010 by amalgamating eight former cemetery trusts, the Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (GMCT) has begun the vast undertaking in tandem with a move to adopt the ELO electronic document and records management system.