Business Process & Workflow

Bathurst Regional Council (BRC) in 2018 was a Local Government Authority (LGA) facing a pressing need for technology modernisation.

Royal Cyber, an IT consulting and digital transformation company with clients in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand, has launched a new robotic process automation solution that leverages the power of AI/ML.

Kofax has announced a new release of its Intelligent Automation Platform featuring enhanced AI-powered document intelligence, low code capabilities and simplified integration to third-party software applications.

IDC has announced this year’s finalists in the Digital Transformation (DX) Awards for Australia and New Zealand. The Awards recognise the achievements of organisations that have successfully digitised one or multiple areas of their business through the application of digital and disruptive technologies.

Kofax Power PDF4, the latest edition of former Nuance Power PDF, promises improved digital accuracy and integrated e-signature capabilities of Kofax SignDoc.

ABBYY has announced  FineReader PDF 15 is getting another update, Release 6, to expand the solution’s PDF toolset and improve its usability.

We are all familiar with the proverb “necessity is the mother of invention.” In an interdependent global economic environment, anticipating unexpected risks is built into the DNA of every organization, large and small. But nothing could have prepared us for the pervasive impact of this pandemic. According to a survey by the Institute of Supply Management, 75% of companies are reporting significant supply chain disruptions, which is unprecedented in modern times. Just in time inventory and dependence on lowest cost suppliers, the hallmark of modern supply chain management, now represents risks to businesses.

Robotic Process Automation vendor Ripcord is teaming up with Fuji Xerox to target businesses in the APAC region seeking to digitise content management processes to better leverage organizational data and adjust to quickly changing customer expectations.

Germany and Poland-based process automation startup Hypatos has raised $US11.8 million in a seed round of funding. It is working to apply deep learning tech to power a wider range of back-office automation, with a focus on industries with heavy financial document processing needs, such as the financial and insurance sectors.

There you are again. Another day under those florescent lights in the basement room of some office building. The sound of the franking machine pushing letter after letter through. There are buckets of mail piled high against every wall.

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