Business Process & Workflow

With lockdowns and COVID-19 outbreaks continuing for much of 2021, organisations throughout Australia have had to navigate a variety of obstacles. It’s safe to say hybrid workplaces are here to stay, creating new challenges for managing productivity and workflows. Meanwhile, companies are gearing up for ‘The Great Resignation’ whilst also struggling with attracting and retaining staff.

Hyland has launched its latest product enhancements and new solutions to support organizations’ digital transformation.

Microsoft and Objective Corporation have signed an agreement to work together, helping government and regulated industries to balance the flexibility of digital communication and collaboration with compliant information management and robust data governance.

SaaS software company Kissflow Inc, a leading, has rolled out a more powerful and comprehensive version of its flagship product, Kissflow Workflow. The new enhancements will allow business users to automate and track both structured processes as well as unstructured dynamic cases using a single no-code platform.

US startup Intelus is hosting an open beta for companies seeking a no-code, no-data-science platform it says can be used to build custom artificial intelligence models quickly and at a fraction of the cost of incumbent practices.

What are the main reasons to be excited about the latest Version 8 Update to the FileBound document management and workflow solution? We asked Australian reseller FileBound Solutions to list the top new features and why they make a difference.

Ephesoft, developer of  intelligent document processing (IDP), automation and data enrichment solutions, has presented Kodak Alaris with an award for a Property Management Solution created during Ephesoft’s 2021 Hackathon event.

Worldwide artificial intelligence (AI) software revenue is forecast to total $US62.5 billion in 2022, an increase of 21.3% from 2021, according to a new forecast from Gartner, Inc.

Invoice fraud costs Australian businesses $A128M each year. Australia’s Sypht has introduced three new features to its capture and document processing platform designed to improve time and costs efficiencies and reduce the impacts of fraud.

COVID-19 has forced many companies to change the way they capture, process, and manage documents, as it has with so many other areas of getting things done. Organisations that previously got by using outdated and clunky, but comfortable, manual processes have had to increase their use of digital solutions dramatically.