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EzeScan gives Wollens Solicitors a fast, accurate and user-friendly solution!
With a growing total of 150+ employees located between three (3) different law firms across the United Kingdom, a move to an agile working environment prompted the law firm to find a more efficient post system.
Insuring against COVID19 at Pacific Life!
Insurer Pacific Life has expanded its use of EzeScan capture technology to establish Digital Mailrooms (DMRs) in response to COVID-19, and digitise and automate many business workflows.
Sydney’s Marrickville Council
Sydney’s Marrickville Council implements workflow automation with EzeScan!
A new workflow automation platform is being implemented by Sydney’s Marrickville Council using EzeScan data capture software and Technology One workflows. Heres how it works...
How EzeScan software helped the UK Police Force to digitise paper records to help prevent future tradgedies.
When the UK Police Force needed a data capture solution to help with their investigations, EzeScan software was configured to apply metadata to digitized records that were then uploaded to the EDRMS, enabling ease of searching of hand written content.
City of Kingston
City of Kingston finds form with EzeScan!
With the help of an EzeScan automated web form capture solution, the local government authority has eliminated time-consuming data entry and data transposing to enable them to focus their expertise on more valuable areas.
Ordnance Survey adopts an EzeScan Capture Solution to scan and organise 1800 staff records!
With the help of EzeScan, Ordnance Survey has cut the time taken to scan each historic staff record from 20 minutes to 40 seconds. Here’s how they did it.
WA Office of Director of Public Prosecutions
Paperless push pays off for WA Office of Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP)!
Police briefs that could run up to 10,000 pages were causing headaches for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) for Western Australia, which has found relief in a paperless workflow utilising Kodak scanners and EzeScan software. Here’s how it worked...