The ability to secure improved accuracy and delivery of information to students and other stakeholders in electronic format will set an institution apart from its peers.
Joanne Collins, Policies Committee, North American Educational Institution
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05 August 2010 - Intelledox featured in CASA’s internal newsletter “Casawary”
Intelledox is an ‘off the shelf’ product which utilizes intelligent forms technology and has been customized to meet the needs of CASA.
Simon Denby, CASA’s Chief Information Officer, says Intelledox is part of CASA’s eventual aim to move two thirds of the organization’s transactions across to an online model.
MICHELLE MELBOURNE – GENERAL MANAGER / DIRECTOR INTELLEDOX: What I see as
our key to exporting success, and from my perspective, it’s about what I do
every day and it’s supporting the team, supporting our team to be
So I want to give you a little bit of a behind the scenes road
map to our company and why we’re successful in exporting and why we care about
exporting. I want to focus on the multitude of pain and challenges that we’ve
had to overcome in achieving me being able to stand up here and say to you that
we’re a global software business, because technically we’re not really, we’re
not Microsoft or Adobe or anyone like that, we’re just a Canberra software
company that has managed to export to 10 different nations. Look software is
actually dead easy to export, there’s really nothing to put in the post at all,
you just sort of give people access online. So I’d highly recommend it as an
opportunity, you’ve got no stock control, nothing goes off, nothing gets lost.
So this brings me back to my point is that everything that I do is about finding
the clients and delivering the services, and supporting our team.
MICHELLE MELBOURNE – GENERAL MANAGER / DIRECTOR INTELLEDOX: Good morning
everybody. Firstly I’d like to say thanks to Chris for inviting me here this
morning. I always love talking about what I do because I love what I
Just so you can understand what Intelledox is, what we do, we’re
actually a global business software company. Essentially we help big
organizations and some small organizations to do things better. So it was
really interesting to hear the Japanese take on using technology as an asset. I
think that’s if you like next generation sort of thinking, and any organization
that needs to be responsive to their customer, to the changing market is wise to
have that attitude.
By Scott Sinclair via IFAOnline.co.uk
Defaqto says improvements to its suitability letter software will “virtually eliminate” user errors.
The data collection and research firm says it has incorporated compliance specialist ATEB Suitability into its existing Aequos Engage software.
It says ATEB’s suitability letter templates, part of its Intelledox package, are “robust” and “virtually eliminate the possibility of error”.
By Will Henley via MoneyMarketing.co.uk
Defaqto has improved suitability letters within its Aequos Engage software by incorporating a new type of document software.
The ATEB Suitability software is a special version of document creation software Intelledox.
Defaqto says the suitability report templates it can now issue have proved “extremely robust” in compliance terms. It says when used in conjunction with Intelledox they virtually eliminate the possibility of error.
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