Document Management news stories
Regaining digital trust and enhancing digitisation in Australian Government agencies
Having a digitised ecosystem of documents, tools and data can help bolster security, improve workflow and ultimately create better services.
NZ's FileInvite raises $10M in latest investment round
FileInvite has raised $10 million in Series A investment to fast-forward the extinction of email for requesting and collecting documents online.
M-Files, Activants partner for improved Asia services
M-Files has partnered with Activants to offer improved joint platform capabilities and enhanced information management capabilities in Asia.
Dedoco expands its blockchain-based solution to ANZ
Blockchain-based digital document management company Dedoco celebrates its 2nd anniversary as it expands into the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Docufree partners with Allied Global to expand global customer base
The agreement will provide Allied Global with the ability to offer Docufree's cloud based document-management solutions to its growing customer base.
No-code digital customer journey platform EasySend has launched in Australia and New Zealand
No-code digital customer journey platform EasySend has launched in Australia and New Zealand, with plans to target the wider JAPAC market.
Prompt Documents and Lancom Technology launch next gen healthcare solution
“The updated version of Prompt has been built in the cloud. We have scalable access in real time to the app and can make upgrades when required, such as when experiencing a surge in demand."
Five ways to strengthen client relationships
Clients’ expectations remain high during the engagement entire process, and companies must ensure each stage of the process is consistently positive.
iText joins MuleSoft Technology Partner Program
The company has also made a contribution to the MuleSoft partner ecosystem.
The surprising reason remote workers are stressed out right now
Over 90% of knowledge workers feel stressed while working from home, with 41% feeling either very or extremely stressed.
Dropbox acquires document sharing platform DocSend
“DocSend is a perfect complement to our product roadmap and we’re thrilled to welcome them to our team," says Dropbox CEO.
Investing in digital trust for the post-pandemic business landscape
Business leaders in 2021 need to make sustainable investments to give their organisations a much-needed resilience boost to tackle new disruptions, while still enabling growth.
COVID-19 spurs mainstream adoption of e-signatures
73% of APAC respondents believe organisations that do not provide e-signature options are ‘behind the times’.
How to defeat software sprawl with efficient document management tech
Software sprawl can happen when licenses for certain software are overlapped, often throughout departments within the same enterprise - meaning these companies can end up spending more money than they need to.
M-Files a Visionary in Content Services Magic Quadrant
“Gartner's recognition reaffirms our strong federation strategy and modern approach that eliminates information silos and unifies data.”
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Webinar: TLC for Kids on their usage of Nintex Drawloop DocGen
The charity is using the software to free up resources and enable its team to focus on its mission — which, simply put, is to put smiles back on sick kids’ faces.
Nitro report: remote workers need better document handling
“Before the halo dims, we need to proactively address the workflow and productivity challenges workers continue to face when working remotely.”
DocSmart named M-Files APAC Partner of the Year
The Auckland-based company was named as recipient of the award at the recent M-Files virtual global partner.
Adobe releases 'Liquid Mode' to make PDFs more mobile-friendly
Adobe has a vision for the digital document, and it goes beyond large desktop or notebook screens to encapsulate other modern ways of working, such as mobile devices.
Dropbox extends esignature solution & storage to A/NZ customers
Customers are now able to electronically sign and share documents from Dropbox, and store them within Australia to ensure data residency.
How to keep true, accurate records for legal compliance
Failing to capture true and accurate records can lead to companies being in breach of the law, as well as the risk of breaching contracts with clients.
How digital transformation will lead to the rebirth of the fax
Online fax solutions let users send fax without the hassle of the archaic fax machine.
Dropbox updates partner programme as remote working skyrockets
The file-sharing and management company is aiming to embed its place in the IT channel both regionally and globally.
Adobe announces new Google Drive integration for Acrobat
“The best thing about the Acrobat and Google Drive integration is that it’s applicable to everyone – personally, professionally, or wherever you fall in the middle."