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Hyland signs FileStream to Australian reseller channel

29 May 17

Hyland has signed Australia’s FileStream as a reseller for its content management offerings as the vendor looks to expand its local footprint.

Sydney-based FileStream will offer a range of Hyland’s information management solutions, including its flagship OnBase by Hyland enterprise information platform, and ShareBase by Hyland cloud-based sharing application.

The company will also provide implementation and enablement services across cloud, mobile, data capture and case management technologies.

Bob Dunn, Hyland Australian country manager, says FileStream brings ‘a wealth of experience and proven success to our valued partner channel’.

“Hyland is very committed to our continued growth within the APAC region,” he says. “The addition of FileStream as a strategic partner provides both vertical and horizontal expertise, as well as an established market presence in providing strategic content management solutions.”

Last week Hyland announced that Melbourne Health has implemented OnBase, hosted in the Hyland Cloud, to digitise its health records and data in advance of a future electronic medical record system tender and anticipated integration.

OnBase will also be deployed in Melbourne Health’s financial department to support back-office functions such as payroll.

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