A prototype autonomous vehicle, or rover, developed by CSIRO is helping scientists improve the accuracy of Earth observation satellites that provide valuable data to Australia's mining and agricultural industries. 

IBM has implemented a new software platform for the New Zealand Ministry of Health to support the personalised health records for all patients throughout New Zealand. 

Leading WA law firm Lavan Legal has become the first Australian legal industry customer for NetDocuments’ cloud-based platform for document and email management and collaboration.

Baker & McKenzie is by some measures the world's largest law firm. Currently it has approximately 10,000 lawyers and support staff in 73 offices in 46 countries. The geographic distribution, and cultural and language differences, make any global system project challenging. But replacing a core system can be especially harrowing. 

Queensland Police Citizens Youth Welfare Association (QPCYWA) has become the latest organisation to sign up for TechnologyOne Cloud to integrate its Finance, Payroll and Human Resources (HR) systems across its 54 branches and more than 700 staff.

Victoria's Supreme Court is to receive a new web-based case management system, known as RedCrest, after the state government announced $A675,000 funding for the initiative.


Village Roadshow has moved to the next phase of its Accounts Payable (AP) automation project using ReadSoft to manage Payment Proposals in SAP.


When it comes to Electronic Document and Records Management for the Australian Government, it does not get any bigger than this.

The Queensland Parliament has deployed a new publication system using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 to publish the Parliament’s record of Proceedings (Hansard) (transcripts of parliamentary proceedings). The success of the project, together with the need to create a SharePoint environment, has seen use of SharePoint extended to handle Intranet and it is now being considered for a range of other collaboration and content management applications.

One of the big attractions of SharePoint is that through a list you can generate a form, hence you can take a process that could be paper based and automate it. When talking to organisations about SharePoint this is often one of the deal clinchers when considering if SharePoint is the solution for them. Especially if they have no form automation or Access database setup.