Business Process & Workflow

Sensei Project Solutions has launched a Windows 8 version of the Sensei Project Dashboard App that pulls together Microsoft Project schedule information and SharePoint data to provide a comprehensive and interactive status dashboard for your project.

Nikec Solutions, a provider of secure workflow management solutions, has established a new office in Sydney extending its global reach into Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).

ECM vendor Hyland Software has upped its offer for enterprise capture software leader ReadSoft increase, meanwhile announcing an expanded Australian presence and the purchase of local solution provider CAYLX Software for an undisclosed sum.

Australia has jumped into second place in the UN’s global e-government rankings, with South Korea retaining top spot in the 2014 Survey, and New Zealand breaking into the Top 10 at 9th place.

Secured Signing has announced the availability of the new Secured Signing Kiosk feature. The solution enables businesses that implement Secured Signing’s eForm and eSigning workflow to continue to keep their paperless practices with walk-in customers. 

One of the bugbears of the Google Apps ecosystem is being addressed with the launch of Google Drive for Work, which promise the ability to open Microsoft Office documents natively without the need to translate into Google Docs format.

The Proficiency Group has been named Kofax’s Asia Pacific Partner of the year at Transform 2014, Kofax's annual customer and partner conference, which drew a record 750 attendees from 32 countries.

Top Image Systems has announced the launch of eFLOW Signature Verification, designed to enhance the eFLOW product scope for existing customers, while presenting new customers with an innovative solution to reduce fraud.

A global express delivery firm has invested an additional $US736,000 in Kofax Capture, Kofax Transformation Modules and KofaxVirtualReScan (VRS) as part of its business transformation initiative. The customer’s objective is to create a shared capture services platform, eliminating manual and time consuming information capture processes at more than 800 widely distributed depot locations.

Australia’s Digital Transition is on track, with 95% of Commonwealth agencies reporting they will have digital records and information management in place by 2015, according to the latest assessment from National Archives of Australia (NAA).