Case Studies

Apr 22, 2014

“As we continue to navigate through an ever-changing electronic world filled with regulations, legislation, and other business requirements, we are adapting to the paradigm shift from a single records manager for a corporation to a distributed model where the content creator is now aware, able, and required to classify content appropriately because they truly understand the value.  The user-friendly solutions from OpenText allow the records management process to integrate seamlessly into the way people work today,” concludes Scott Granger, Manager, Intranet Portals and Content Management at Sprint. 

OpenText

Apr 18, 2014
At any one time, the judicial system in Israel can be handling as many as 500,000 live cases, relating to everything from homicide to traffic offenses. Around 3,000 new cases are opened every working day, and during the course of a typical year, more than 800,000 new cases are lodged with the courts.

In the past, Israeli Courts relied heavily on inefficient, paper-based processes for its case management. Bulging files of case documents were physically passed from desk to desk and office to office, and valuable time was wasted on administrative tasks. In addition, unnecessary delays sometimes occurred when files were overlooked or misplaced.

To make matters worse, the central administration function had little visibility into the status of cases, as they passed from stage to stage in the judicial process. Equally, lawyers and police had no means of tracking their cases.

Israeli Courts decided to address all these challenges through the deployment of an electronic case management system.
K2

Apr 18, 2014

Like most further education (FE) colleges, Leicester College has a number of administrative processes, ranging from the monitoring of learner attendance to the handling of funding applications. Largely paper-based, these processes typically involve members of staff from different areas of the college and can be incredibly timeconsuming.

Leicester College wanted an automated workflow solution to help it improve the efficiency of processes like these.

“We wanted to implement smart solutions that really tackled the issue of paper, improved accuracy and saved time for our employees,” Urquhart said.


Apr 11, 2014

Given the crucial and sensitive nature of transferring Hospital patients’ notes from hard copy to electronic format then the new OPEX DS2200 scanner is proving to be the technology of choice for the NHS and an investment in efficient progress.

OPEX Corporation

Mar 28, 2014
Outlook Personal Folders (PST files) have been a management challenge for both small and enterprise companies for a number of years. With the industry and business culture shift toward eliminating PST files, companies are faced with the burden of moving this data in a timely, secure and cost-effective manner. Sherpa Software is a trusted advisor and solution provider that helps companies through their PST migration process. Our experience in planning, implementing and executing the migration process has proven successful in addressing challenges these companies face. This case study outlines one of our many successful PST migration projects.
Sherpa Software

Mar 28, 2014
MJB Wood was looking for a better way to process essential business documents such as payroll requests, payments to vendors, and legal documents. It deployed a KnowledgeLake ECM solution on top of Microsoft SharePoint to create an efficient, fast system for document management, which includes integration with a portal for sharing some documents outside the company’s network.
Knowledgelake

Jan 30, 2014

Read&Write GOLD is Texthelp's literacy support software designed to assist students of all ages who require extra help with reading and writing. Through the integration of ABBYY FineReader Engine, Texthelp is able to substantially increase Read&Write GOLD’s functionality and benefits to customers. The recognition quality gives users better quality of information.

ABBYY

Jan 30, 2014

The global economy is being built on the backs of manufacturers. The rapid globalization of manufacturing is pulling nations and their people from poverty into prosperity and expanding the industry at a rate not seen since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution.

This new climate of growth is characterized by innovations in supply chain management, sharing and availability of digital data and information, integration of global markets, and increasingly free trade.

To thrive in this new environment, it is now more important than ever for manufacturing organizations to find new ways to increase agility and responsiveness while reducing waste and gaining cost efficiencies. Technology and people are at the center of this new wave of manufacturing growth and evolution. Companies regarded as more innovative grew income over two times faster and their market capitalization and nearly two times faster compared to their non-innovative counterparts.

Getting to innovation is the key to unlocking growth and profitability in this new environment.

K2

Jan 30, 2014

e-docs is a UK leading Business Process Outsourcing company that offers a wide variety of software systems and document management services primarily in the areas of Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Recently e-docs UK was tasked by one of their clients, NFT Distribution, with automating their Proof of Delivery process. They recommended an integrated system based around the enterprise capture platform ABBYY FlexiCapture, which resulted in huge costs savings and improved customer service at NFT Distribution.

 

ABBYY

Jan 30, 2014

The Department for Legal and Complaint Related Issues at the AOK-Association, which represents the group of Germany’s largest public health insurers, relies on ABBYY Recognition Server to manage their legal documentation. The solution has been integrated with the AOK's legal management system “AOK Lecare”, enabling the transformation of digitised documents into searchable PDFs. This gives AOK's employees the chance to search through digitally archived files and court judgments using full-text recognition, which makes their work much more efficient.

ABBYY