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Acrodata Digitisation has been acquired!

Acrodata is pleased to announce that the digitisation business has been acquired in a management buyout that settled on Thursday, 27 August. Steve Ktori will continue in the role of Manager Digitisation Services and is looking forward to the new challenge of growing the business:

As far as I’m concerned nothing changes. We will continue to be Tasmania’s leading provider of digitisation services and we will continue to build on the hard-work that John Groom put into establishing this business 9 years ago.

Digitisation of theses takes research to the world

The University of Tasmania has digitised its thesis collection, giving students and researchers easier access to an even wider range of academic material, while sharing University research with the global community.

The project, part of the University's 125 Anniversary celebrations, was completed by local firm Acrodata.

To find out more click here

Acrodata announces acrodocs

Acrodata is delighted to announce the market release of its cloud based document management software product, acrodocs. We have been investigating market requirements for a couple of years and we believe this product meets them all.

acrodata teams up with PCA for Information Governance Seminar

 acrodata and Peter Carr advisory (PCA) are holding a seminar and breakfast on July 17th at the Henry Jones Art Hotel.

Titled, "After the audit: the strategic information imperative beyond legislation and policy in Tasmania", the event’s purpose is to update state and local government agencies on the upcoming Information Security Policy and advise on how to prepare for the change.

Speaking at the event are PCA Principal, Peter Carr, and acrodata Principal Consultant, Organisational Change Management, Leo Wilson.

Paul Doolan discusses RIM efficiency in Local Government Focus magazine

 acrodata's Information Management Consultant, Paul Doolan, was recently invited to discuss RIM efficiency in the Local Government Focus magazine, LGFocus. The article looks at the effective use of electronic document and records management systems (EDRMS) and the common mistakes organisations can make it their adoption.

Click here for the full online article 

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