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Software solutions provider Kiandra has collaborated with Western Australia’s (WA) Health Support Services (HSS) to successfully deliver a critical application replacement to enable the WA health system to process up to $100 million of invoices every year.

Spinal Life Australia, a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider, has implemented a capture solution from EzeScan to streamline the process of administering plan management and invoice payment for its clients.

In 2018, the Australian Government released the new Protective Security Policy Framework. This framework aims to assist Australian Government agencies to protect people, assets, and information, as well as providing guidance on how to apply the framework’s requirements.

The Australian Human Rights Commission was drowning in a sea of duplicates, tangled in nested folders and perplexed by lost documents. Funding shortfalls and other challenges saw the Commission unable to implement an EDRMS solution that was viable.

Early results of a project to automate classification of more than 8 million documents at Auckland Transport are amazing and give us confidence that the objective of automating the addition of retention tags will be achieved.

The University of Sydney has revealed details of its extensive rollout of robotic process automation (RPA) at an event held by Blue Prism in London. The University launched its automation focused AI Hub in 2018 to improve service levels for staff and students, release staff time back to the business; and reduce risks. 

Khan's Supa IGA Group was established back in 1981 and currently operates 11 supermarkets with more than 800 staff located throughout NSW. Stores are located across a widespread NSW regional footprint include outback towns such as Bourke, Cobar and Lightning Ridge.

In the GPS era, it’s been estimated that only 1 in 3 Young People Can Read a Road Map. Make that a topographical map and you can be certain the percentage would be much much lower. No such problem for competitors in the annual Australian Geography Competition, where the map reading skills and geographical knowledge of Australia’s best and brightest High School students are tested in a challenging multiple-choice test.

​More than 80 local government authorities across NSW faced a difficult technical challenge in 2016 following the NSW state government mandate to force council amalgamations. The challenge was threefold in the case of the amalgamation of the former Manly, Warringah and Pittwater Councils into the new Northern Beaches Council.

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.

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