XpressDox Software is excited to announce that Docugility LLC has been appointed as an expert partner for the marketing, implementation, and integration of its industry-leading document automation products.
Software as a Service company, e4, says that digitisation has led to its South African-based technology being launched in Australia. Ryan Barlow, Chief Technology Officer, e4, says that while the company has made significant inroads locally with its business automation and digtial solutions, the Australian banking sector has identified the increasing need for the automation of core banking processes and other digital solutions.
Intapp, a global leader in legal software, has announced that Webber Wentzel, a leading law firm in South Africa, has selected Intapp Time as the firm’s new time recording system. In a continued drive towards enhancing client service delivery and embracing a more digital office environment, Webber Wentzel has chosen Intapp Time to support the firm’s time management processes. Webber Wentzel has a total staff of approximately 800, including over 450 lawyers and offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
International trends indicate a growing interest around the development and use of mobile apps to access information and enable businesses to engage more meaningfully with customers. Now increasingly recognised as one of the savviest client engagement tools around, apps offer portability, ease of access and up-to-date content that provides clients with the information and services they need at the tap of a finger.
The recent launch of a new Library Management System at the University of Pretoria identifies the significance of up-to-date and relevant technology that serve as a catalyst for our future leaders.
With the depreciation of the rand, SA’s regulatory pressures and the overall current fiscal climate, corporates are constantly looking at cost saving, workflow efficiencies and the ability to deliver innovative solutions to their stakeholders.
Integration of digital dictation and speech recognition improve efficiency and productivity. Modernisation was in order when La Cava & Jacobson, P.A., launched itself as an independent practice in June 2010. The 12-attorney medical malpractice and civil defence law firm in Tampa, Fla., split from a larger organisation and acquired the former parent company’s office along with decades-old tape-based dictation equipment.
I&G attorneys had always relied on dictation and transcription to create documents, but they used handheld analogue cassette recorders. In 2014, however, the firm transitioned to digital dictation and transcription tools from Philips. The results have been increased productivity, reduced administrative expenses and faster documentation turnaround.
Mintek Library has decided to adopt web technology and move towards offering a more online library service to Mintek, a global leader in mineral and metallurgical innovation.
Being one of South Africa’s oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education, the University of Pretoria provides a refreshing mix of academic tradition and progressive vision. The latter is brought to life by means of world-class research that results in positive, tangible contributions to both local and global communities.
Leading African law firm chooses Deltek Maconomy for its pan-African practice to improve matter management, staff utilisation and client interaction. Deltek, the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for project-based businesses, today announced that Kenyan law firm Anjarwalla & Khanna (A&K) has chosen Deltek Maconomy to improve matter management, staff utilisation and client interaction.
Ten years on, and still going strong…Limpopo Provincial Legislature gain further workflow efficiencies from Powerhouse Dictation via Winscribe.