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Australia’s Department of the Treasury has gone live with iCognition’s secure Content Manager EDRMSaaS.cloud. The Treasury selected iCognition as its long-term partner to help it seamlessly transition the Department from its current on-premise solution to a future-proofed and highly secure IRAP-protected cloud-based EDRMS, EDRMSaaS.

​Metro North Hospital and Health Service received the Digital Transformation Award at the 2022 Micro Focus IM&G Forum. Tracy Formosa, Manager, Corporate Information Management, outlines a recent successful project to implement a Case Management System at Metro North Health.

Located in the south-eastern coastal region of NSW, Shoalhaven City Council has completed a project to integrate the TechnologyOne OneCouncil suite with its Content Manager (CM) platform to ensure continuity for record-keeping and maintaining a single source of truth.

The University of Western Australia is the oldest university in WA, opening in 1913 with just 184 students. Today, there are more than 27,000 students, and their activity generates an average of around 250,000 individual student records annually which need to be captured into Micro Focus Content Manager.

Hundreds of Carlberg Group beers in more than 150 markets will now arrive to their destinations significantly faster using ABBYY intelligent process automation. Carlsberg Group, one of the world’s leading brewery groups, chose ABBYY to automate its order and delivery processes, thereby accelerating time to market and customer satisfaction.

Gilchrist Connell, an Australian law firm specialising in the insurance sector, has completed the roll-out of a firm-wide knowledge management and business intelligence solution leveraging Litera’s Foundation Firm Intelligence Platform.

The Northern Territory Government has successfully rolled-out the first stage of its $A259 million patient health record system ‘Acacia’ – which is the biggest project of its type ever undertaken in the NT.

Wollens Solicitors has grown into one of the largest solicitors in the southwest of the United Kingdom, with over 150 employees positioned across three offices. As a result of their rapid company growth, the law firm struggled to keep up with the volume of paper within the business.

Cloudera has been selected as a strategic data partner and will play a role in the transformation of the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF’s) e-health management system.

Australian law firm Maddocks has selected Morae to migrate the firm’s knowledge and information management system to the iManage Cloud. The project will entail migrating more than 600 users and 27 million documents from the firm’s current on-premise system to iManage’s cloud-based Work 10 platform.

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