Document & Records Management

New Zealand-based knowledge management software developer Silent One has signed a deal to enter China and strengthened its association with NZ Post.

Sydney-based company Salmat will use funds from its forthcoming stock float to acquire rival document outsourcing and archiving companies in Australia and Asia, according to one of its founders.

Laserfiche has fine-tuned its presence in the Australian market for document management software with a second distributor and a regional manager.

DoCs, the New South Wales Department of Community Services, is to replace its mainframe document management system with a Siebel e-business based system to be integrated by Accenture.

The Federal Department of Education, Science and Training has signed a deal with systems integrator Alphawest to implement the TRIM records management application from Tower Software plus Hummingbird’s EIP and Collaboration software.

Aussies will be able to answer the next census online and submit it over the Internet due to a legislated initiative undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Three local authorities in South Australia have stepped onto the knowledge and document management ladder by adopting Advanced Data Integration applications provided by Jigsaw Services.

Chief executive officers are knowledge workers too. A new tool from 80/20 Software called Leaders Online has applied the principles of KM to the everyday working lives of executives and board members.

A Kiwi has helped the World Bank focus on knowledge sharing.

Record managers are in demand, but disparities in pay are noticeable.