Weet-Bix maker Sanitarium  has selected ReadSoft’s SAP solution to provide automated invoice-processing for its Accounts Payable (AP) department.

Woolworths and Coles have taken the supermarket war to the cloud, with the two giant Australian retailers taking diametrically opposed options via Google Apps and Office365.

Australian oil and gas operator Woodside has turned to SmartPlant Fusion, a new solution developed by Intergraph to specifically tackle the challenges of managing unstructured information. 

Malaysia Airlines has announced it will automate vendor invoices into the company’s new SAP system via the Esker automated Accounts Payable (AP) solution in a $S700,000 deal.

Australian online financial services provider SuperIQ has completed the successful deployment of an eFLOW Digital Mailroom solution to classify and process between 500-600 documents per day.

The Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade has announced Fujitsu Australia as the winner of a $100.8 million tender to completely overhaul the systems it employs to issue Australian passports. The process is expected to take five years.

A smarter approach to the challenge of Big Data can be achieved through better knowledge management, says Victorian Department of Primary Industry specialist Richard Vines.

Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has deployed  enterprise mobility management solution from Good Technology, Good for Enterprise (GFE), to enable its staff to securely access a range of collaboration and productivity applications including email, calendar, contacts, intranet, SharePoint access and document viewing and editing.

With the transition process in Afghanistan under way, the repatriation of records accumulated in the Middle East Area of Operations has become a focus for Australia’s Defence Forces. Colonel Kath Stewart is leading the Defence Information Management Tiger Team, which is tackling the challenge head-on.

All across Australia, state governments have either introduced or are introducing laws to prevent criminal association. These have been popularly dubbed the  Anti-Bikie laws, but they can be used to target members of any criminal organisation. But once you have the laws, how do you make them work? A police force in Long Beach California is using enterprise content management (ECM) technology from Laserfiche to successfully target the sinister Sureños, the largest gang in California with hundreds of thousands of members.