6 Benefits of Digitising your Proof of Transaction Processes with Sign on Glass

If you’re in the business of selling or moving a product or service, then chances are you have a process for capturing proof of transactions. Whether you’re dealing with outbound deliveries or inbound counter transactions, having a ‘proof of transaction’ process in place is critical. Traditionally, documents associated with customer purchases or job

Digital management can improve school safety

Identifying, handling and preventing threats that may occur in schools has been the focus in the Royal Commission’s Creating child safe institutions report. Adopting a visitor sign-in and contractor compliance procedure to manage student attendance, visitors, contractors and staff has therefore been identified as a key approach. Our sales manager, David

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How partnering with M-Files helps Upstream deliver better solutions for you

Upstream and M-Files offer expertise and solution for document management and information access.

Upstream’s partnership with M-Files helps us create new, and streamline existing, business processes across all aspects of a business including accounts payable, human resources and proof of delivery. In turn, this helps you improve document management and information access in these areas for a better, more efficient user experience while at the same time increasing compliance.

How digital workflows can help construction firms compete more successfully

Digital workflows can help transform business processes, allowing companies to achieve new heights of success. Adopting digital workflows can give your business the competitive edge over other companies in the market. Our Executive General Manager of Solutions, Matthew Coad, shares with ‘Inside Construction – Online’ how construction companies can

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Mobility and field operations solutions that put time back in your day

Field workers deal with a lot of documentation relating to onsite transactions. In the past, these workers would normally have to bring paperwork back to the office for it to be processed. Whether processing involves scanning the documents into a digital system or simply filing them in physical filing cabinets, the net result is a lack of efficiency.