Business Process & Workflow

One obstacle to paperless mortgage applications in the US has been removed with the US Internal Revenue Service introducing the ability for crucial paperwork to be electronically signed and submitted.

Australian insurer CGU is forging a way ahead in the digital era with a digital mailroom solution from Iron Mountain.

A Global E-Invoicing Study from Basware has found 53% of businesses still scan and capture physical invoices in-house, with a quarter not scanning invoices at all, and PDFs continue to be relied upon to send and receive invoices.

The efficiencies of process automation in SharePoint are providing Victoria’s Luther College with a relief from an annual paperwork snowstorm. The private secondary school faced a challenge in designing a more efficient way to handle the registration process which takes place each year as Year 10 students select the VCE subjects they will study for Years 11 and 12.

Australian Law firm Maurice Blackburn has rolled out a new practice management system to more than 650 users across 27 offices to help deal with workflow and lengthy document generation and processing times.

In 2008 Hyundai Motor Company Australia (HMCA) moved to a purpose-built new headquarters at Sydney’s high tech heartland of Macquarie Park. The office complex is a gleaming showcase of all that is state-of-the-art in environmental design and construction.

With SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013 on the horizon James Milne provides a quick overview of some of the major enhancements that SharePoint 2013 is going to provide and what some of these changes will mean to your business.

Analyst firm IDC has released a new report which analyses the attitudes and policies on smartphones, media tablets and the use of corporate applications via mobile devices in the corporate environment.

Tighter SharePoint integration and support for touchscreens are highlights of Adobe’s latest update to the Acrobat Professional XI. due for release on October 15.

Sydney technology group Dataline is looking to broaden mid-market adoption of SaaS-based Purchase to Pay (P2P) solutions in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region – in partnership with US-based technology company Verian Technologies.

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