Breakfast Seminar - Unstructured Data - OpenText
Wednesday October 17, 7:30AM - 9:30AM

A breakfast seminar focussed on helping your organisation understand more about Unstructured data, what it is and how Konica Minolta and OpenText can gather, mine and structure to deliver new insights.
Organisations live and grow by utilising their collected data to deliver greater insights into the habits and requirements of customers and prospects, employees and business partners. Having a view of your data found in CRM, Databases and financial results is just the start of the story. What if you could make sense of emails, documents and social media to deliver greater all round insight?
Standard Business Intelligence solutions available today can only take your organisation so far, this exclusive event will give you an opportunity to explore taking you and your data to the next level by utilising AI, Machine Learning, OpenText Platform, ECM and Analytic Applications.
Breakfast will be provided, along with the chance to network with like-minded peers. This is an invite only event with limited places, so be sure not to miss out.


OnBase Summit | ANZ
Sydney, October 23; Perth, October 25, Wellington, NZ, November 8

This year’s event will include breakout sessions for those who want technical content, industry trends and analysis, international guest presenters, customer stories and much more, all packed into one day, which will be followed by the traditional “Hyland Happy Hour”.
International guest speakers and special guests include:

  • Ed McQuiston, EVP, Chief Commercial Officer, Global Sales and Marketing, Hyland (Sydney)
  • Eugene Chng, Director Sales APAC (Sydney)
  • Bob Dunn, AVP International EMEA and APAC Sales, Hyland (Sydney and Perth)
  • Foad Fadaghi, Managing Director, Telsyte Analysts (Sydney)
  • Colleen Alber, Senior Software Product Evangelist, Hyland (Sydney & Perth)
  • Terri Jones, Global Marketing Manager, Govt., Hyland (Sydney)


Public Sector Data Summit 2018
October 23-24, 2018, Rydges Sydney Central

Realise the value of government data: using data for innovative service design, informed decision making, increased efficiency and citizen utility
Understand the impact of Open Government to promote business creation, innovative citizen centric services and strengthen governance
Improve data management and governance strategy for increased data security, privacy and reduce fraud and cyber risk
Assess the impacts of technical advancements such as Big Data, Advanced Analytics and Automation on organisations and infrastructure.


Webinar: Delivering Successful RPA with Intelligent OCR 
Wednesday, October 24 at 10 am AEDT

Presented by Mohit Sharma, Managing Director, Mindfields and Marwan Farhat, Solution Architect, ABBYY
In this era of technology disruption, enterprises are under immense pressure to digitise operations, and they are gearing up for a future where human work can be augmented by software robots. While conventional RPA technologies are capable of taking on low-value activities in a quick and efficient manner, it fails when the scope of automation involves inputs in the form of unstructured data and scanned documents/images.
Join us as we discuss how to deliver a successful RPA by integrating with technologies such as Intelligent OCR.
In this webinar you will learn: 

  • What is Intelligent OCR?
  • How does it integrate with conventional RPA?
  • What does it take to deliver a successful RPA with Intelligent OCR?
  • Why is Intelligent OCR required?
  • Case Study of a successful RPA implementation with Intelligent OCR

If you are interested in the above webinar but are unable to attend, please register and we will send you a link to the webinar recording. Email in case if you would like us to address any specific questions in the webinar.


FutureData 2018
20-21 November 2018, Sydney

Future Data is focused on innovative approaches to all facets of data; analytics, information management and technology advances. The two-day program will feature speakers both from legacy businesses discussing how data is delivering new insights and transforming their business, as well as the new innovators whose success is driven by the value in and their ability to leverage data.


Data Management and Security for Government Summit 2019
26 February - 1 March 2019, Canberra

The Data Management and Security Summit will bring together federal, state and local government departments and agencies to discuss how to develop strategies for data management and security. Delegates will learn how to build data governance frameworks, invest in data infrastructure, share data between government agencies and ensure privacy.