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Hyland adds handwriting recognition to Brainware Foundation platform
The addition of advanced handwritten text OCR will enable organisations to expand their ability to extract information from documents and forms, as well as their ability to accelerate downstream processes.
78% of A/NZ businesses look to automation to keep their competitive edge
"This is about using intelligent automation to empower the non-technical knowledge worker to do more, faster and more efficiently, without having to rely on IT."
To work like a disrupter, change the way you work with data and analytics
What do companies like Netflix, Airbnb, Spotify and Lyft know that you don’t know? What do these companies have that you might be lacking?
Ricoh debuts new intelligent devices
Ricoh Australia has unveiled its new series of Intelligent Devices, as the company looks to help meet the changing needs of the digital workplace.
Chch IT company makes waves in US intelligent transport sector
A Christchurch IT company is behind some of the world’s cutting-edge transport systems - including ferry services in New York City - as well as a regional project across three North American states.
Whakatane District Council selects Telensa for smart street lighting project
“This project is a significant step forward in intelligent infrastructure and will deliver a safer, smarter, and more efficient service environment."
CA Technologies the driving force behind the Modern Software Factory
CA Technologies has brought its vision of the Modern Software to life with a number of announcements at last week’s CA World in Las Vegas.
Self-driving software could be the answer to the global productivity crisis
Jeff Arnold, Unit4 A/NZ sales director talk about the need for self-driving software in an economy that is facing a workforce crisis.
Cognizant: The future of intelligent transport in Australia
Australia’s connected car future is just around the corner ― but what does this actually mean for drivers?
New global strategic partnership between IBM and ServiceNow
The partnership intends to accelerate the adoption of intelligent automation on a single cloud platform for IT, HR, customer service, and security.
HEAT Software integrates with Apple edtech to empower digital classroom
"Leveraging the power of LANrev’s intelligent automation within Apple’s education ecosystem, we’re excited to empower a new generation of learning."
Intelligent systems revenue to exceed $2.2 trillion by 2020
"The vision of intelligent connected systems is real and far-reaching... A transformation is underway from the cloud to the edge of major systems."
Aussie tech start-up acquired by GE, sets sights on bigger markets
“Our combined strengths will help customers, big or small, achieve increased energy savings, and provide a solution for ecosystem partners to grow."
Ajilon chosen as systems integrator for $276M Sydney Trains project
“We are looking forward to working with Sydney Trains on this very exciting project. Our key focus is to put the customer at the heart of what we do."
Microsoft Azure gets some major updates
Microsoft has announced it will be advancing Azure, its intelligent cloud offering, with new solutions that cover a number of areas.
Intelligent systems will hit $1 trillion by 2019
A recent IDC (International Data Corporation) study shows the intelligent systems market revenue will grow to more than $1 trillion by 2019.