Business Process & Workflow

NZ firm FileInvite has made available a free plan for its secure document collection software to help businesses streamline their information collection workflows.

Australia’s archTIS has enhanced the capabilities of NC Protect, its Security solution for Microsoft 365, Sharepoint Server and File Shares, in a new partnership with data classification specialist Janusnet.

Having worked with a lot of business leaders, I have noticed that whether they have started or they are knee-deep in their digital transformation (DX) journey, a few questions are always on their minds.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is well and truly here, and it is transforming businesses daily. AI has a wide range of uses in businesses, and one scenario that is not discussed enough is how AI can assist with inbound email communications. 

AYR is extending the reach of its flagship IDP platform, SingularityAI, across Australia, New Zealand (ANZ) and Southeast Asia in partnership with Australian AI Automation consulting firm CiGen.

Pega GenAI is a new a set of 20 new generative AI-powered boosters to be integrated across Pega Infinity ‘23, the latest version of Pega’s low-code platform for AI-powered decisioning and workflow automation.

Eigen Technologies (Eigen), an intelligent document processing (IDP) developer, has announced the global availability of its new integration with GPT. This option allows users to combine Eigen’s no-code AI-powered platform with the power of GPT.

Now available through private preview, the next generation of AvePoint Confide, will utilise Microsoft Syntex repository services, giving organizations control and flexibility to manage data and workflows across a range of business projects with unique sharing requirements.

As a professional immersed in the ever-evolving landscape of technological advancements, I find myself increasingly fielding customer inquiries regarding the potential impact of new AI solutions, such as ChatGPT & BARD, on IDP platforms.

Capture is dead, long live capture! 25 years ago, turning a paper document into a digital image was a rather big challenge. One needed these unwieldy devices called scanners and document capture application software.