The City of South Perth has gone live with a KANA Lagan CRM solution for local government, that integrates tightly with council’s existing back-end systems such as HP TRIM, Civica Authority and Intramaps. 

Townsville City Council,  the local government body located on Queensland’s north coast, is guarding against disaster with the adoption of a clod-based knowledge management solution from Australia’s livepro.

A three year project to utilise SharePoint 2010 to integrate enterprise content management with a rejuvenated intranet at Airways NZ got off to a shaky start when disaster struck.

TIBCO Software’s enterprise social platform tibbr has been selected by global law firm Reed Smith LLP to enhance collaboration and productivity across all offices and practices.

ECM has gone mobile at Ricoh Australia. The firm is providing a growing number of staff with access to business related information while they are off-site or travelling using Laserfiche Mobile for iPad and iPhone.

Australia’s largest private construction company, Hansen Yuncken, is investing in the future with an innovative new platform to deliver real-time data analysis through a SharePoint platform being rolled out to over 800 staff nationally.

Formfile a certified ELO business partner has delivered a Document Management Solution (DMS) for South Pacific Laundry, a 16 year old commercial laundry servicing many of Melbourne’s finest hotels from a 8,700 square metre $13.5 million facility in Brunswick East.

Business Process Management (BPM) software specialist Pegasystems is delivering a platform to help the NSW government's Transport Management Centre  (TMC) to help improve its incident management capability.

The Australian Department of Defence has undertaken field trials to deploy Microsoft SharePoint into their tactical theatre. The tests have specifically focused on deploying SharePoint within a low and unstable bandwidth environments and the initial results are extremely positive.

By the end of this year 300,000 of Australia’s Catholic School students and 30,000 teachers will be using the Google Apps platform, under a program announced Catholic Education Network (CEnet).