Archive for September, 2013

, Study: Governments can make workers, constituents happy by changing data processes

Study: Governments can make workers, constituents happy by changing data processes

About 84 percent of respondents said that effective and efficient document processes is "very important" to its success.

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, University of Arkansas audit finds larger deficits

University of Arkansas audit finds larger deficits

The University of Arkansas audit found that spending increased by more than $6 million between 2011 and 2012, even though incoming funds stayed around the same.

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, Barclays Bank rolls out broad, database management service

Barclays Bank rolls out broad, database management service

The Barclays Bank in the United Kingdom implemented an unlimited, cloud-based data processes system for its customers to manage personal and bank information. Customers are able to receive alerts on deadlines via email or text message.

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, Hong Kong university saves ‘at least’ $500,000 from data processes

Hong Kong university saves ‘at least’ $500,000 from data processes

The City University of Hong Kong have saved at least $500,000 since their database management services system rolled out in 2011.

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, Napa Valley advisory firm reflects on records management changes

Napa Valley advisory firm reflects on records management changes

A financial advisory firm in Napa Valley, California explained that going paperless saves the business a lot of time, but the change requires a multifaceted overhaul. 

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, UK’s health agency to change its data processes

UK’s health agency to change its data processes

The National Health Services system in the United Kingdom is working on improving its data processes and expects to run on a paperless system in five years. 

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, New Jersey school district changes records management

New Jersey school district changes records management

Administrative staff at two school districts in New Jersey began changing their data processes after they saw the benefits of using electronic devices in the classroom. 

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, Report: UK government can save £70 billion with database management services

Report: UK government can save £70 billion with database management services

A study found that agencies within the U.K. government wastes more than 1 million sheets of paper per  day and if they swapped their data processes the country could save more than $100 million in seven years.

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, Civil cases in Illinois town can be electronically processed

Civil cases in Illinois town can be electronically processed

McHenry County will now accept electronic filing of legal documents to expedite the courthouse's bulk scanning processes.

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, California town revamps government database management services

California town revamps government database management services

One California town is implementing a new database management service because its repository software was not pleasing its local residents.

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