Document & Records Management

Industry analysts Harvey Spencer Associates (HSA) has released its 16th annual survey of the Worldwide Capture Software market, which showed an increase of 15.4% to $US4.7B in 2018. The increase was driven by the growth in Robotic Process Automation (RPA); a move to Cloud Services and an increasing need to understand and extract data from unstructured inputs at the time of impact.

There’s always a lot of anticipation around the latest release of Content Manager (CM), so solution provider Kapish has taken the opportunity to review CM 9.4 and highlight the key new features.

Over the past 35 years, Melbourne’s Snowdon Developments has grown from a family business building just a few homes in Melbourne’s Western Suburbs, to become one of Victoria’s key home builders, with over 100 staff and more than 1000 residential homes under construction across the state each year.

The PDF Association has published a new feature for PDF: a standardized mechanism allowing authors to define and share their own document profiles leveraging PDF technology.

Square 9 Softworks, a developer of process automation solutions, has announced the latest release of its Enterprise Content Management software, GlobalSearch 5.0.

Civica has built a cloud-based AI infused library search and management platform, leveraging technology first developed by Microsoft to search and interpret all the documents associated with the death of President Kennedy.

TechnologyOne has signed a new multi-year, $A1.2 million agreement with Queensland’s Fraser Coast Regional Council, adding to its extensive enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) footprint within the local government sector.

A digital asset management strategy is the foundation to managing an organization’s digital assets and information. When that organisation is a $2B management services business running three wind farms, a solar farm, two gas transmission pipelines, a power station and a regional livestock exchange network of seven sales facilities, the challenge is formidable.

ABBYY has extended its Digital IQ technology platform with the release of FineReader 15, an enhanced version of its PDF application for Windows that is powered by ABBYY’s AI-based text recognition technology. The new FineReader 15 has received paragraph-level editing and layout adjustment in both digital and scanned PDFs, significant improvements in text recognition and documents comparison quality, faster viewing, and easy deployment with modern virtualization solutions.

Australian solutions provide FYB has launched a new Teams2CM connector to enable Content Manager users to upload information to and from Teams, Microsoft’s cloud-based team collaboration software.

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