The pace of change of enterprise content management will only get faster in 2017, says Bob Dunn, Australia Country Manager, Hyland, creator of OnBase. This is due to the increasing adoption of cloud platforms and the spread of mobile devices causing big shifts in the way organisations tackle the challenge of content management.
Increasing levels of complexity, compliance, and regulation of document storage and retrieval has driven Hyland OnBase growth well above industry averages.
Australian residential property developer, Henley has implemented OnBase enterprise content management software to help improve its cash flow and control of millions of files related to more than 2000 projects across Australia.
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