Enterprise Applications

PSPDFKit, a document processing and manipulation platform for developers and enterprise, has announced the acquisition of UK-based Muhimbi, a software solution provider for cloud and on-premises document management systems.

Mindee, an API-first platform designed for developers to eliminate manual data entry, has announced the introduction of docTR, a seamless, high-performing, and accessible open-source library for OCR-related tasks powered by deep learning.

The total addressable market size for cloud computing in Australia, in terms of enterprise spending opportunity, is poised to reach US$14.1B in 2025, supported by large-scale digital transformation initiatives taken up by businesses to counter pandemic-related operational issues, forecasts GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

Dynamsoft updated its document capture software development kit to now allow developers to rapidly add a full-fledged document scanning widget into their HTML5 web-based applications. It can be done by adding just a few lines of code. So, theoretically, an application could have full document scanning capabilities in a day. The new SDK is version 17.2.

University of Melbourne analytics spinoff  Apromore has announced a partnership with Workato, the automation platform, to ease data ingestion for end-to-end process discovery. 

There's no shortage of stories reporting the – supposedly –imminent death of tape storage. The stories always cite the drawbacks of the technology, which, granted, are not insignificant.

Graviti, a New York based data infrastructure startup that has been in stealth mode for the past three years, has announced its first product – Graviti Data Platform - designed to eliminate one of the costliest and confounding problems faced by developers of artificial intelligence (AI) applications worldwide: working with large volumes of unstructured data.

MYOB has announced the acquisition of cloud document management software provider, Nimbus Portal Solutions.

Kapish has welcomed the release of the Australian Government’s first official data strategy. Developed in consultation with private, research and not for profit sectors, the Australian Data Strategy was released on December 14, 2021.