Document & Records Management

The release of Office 2000 signals Microsoft's gradual push for a beach head in the knowledge management arena, but the main guns are still to be fired.

A new report from AIIM reveals that the document technologies market will grow to $US41.6 billion by 2003.

The previously separate software disciplines of business intelligence (BI) and knowledge management (KM) are coming together in several guises - most notably, through the enterprise information portal.

Wellington-based development firm Silent One is close to a full release of its knowledge management software and is looking for Australian resellers and integrators.

Information on IIM 99 - Knowledge + Power.

Cross-pollinating consumer portals with corporate information management expertise is a natural fit.

Delphi charts yearly growth rate of over 30 percent, due to integration into intranets and overall product maturity.

Cincom Systems has announced the availability of a wizard-style, Web-based interface to its existing AuroraDS document management suite.

Magellan Software has announced the opening of its Oceania regional office in Sydney.

Document management systems can and should be justified by business growth and risk reduction, not just cost reduction.