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Successful Launch of ProActive Software

30 June 2005

Blue Chip Customer Celebrates Successful Launch of ProActive Software

ProActive Software announces the successful delivery of a job tracking management solution for UDC Finance (a subsidiary of the ANZ National Banking Group).

“This is a great endorsement of our ProWorkflow product, particularly the reliability and the flexibility of our technology” said Julian Stone, Director ProActive Software. “We set out three years ago to build the best online workflow management system built on the best technology platforms available, this sale shows we are well on the way.”

“ProActive have lived up to their name,” said Leigh Tod, Head of Customer Support Centre for UDC Finance. “Their efforts in working closely with us from the start have produced a solution that accurately matches our needs and will deliver the anticipated benefits. Although we are separate businesses, their approach to development and delivery has been, and continues to be, one of collaboration and partnership.

The UDC Finance job tracking solution is based on the core ProWorkflow application. This has been customised to enable credit, documents and sales staff around the country a single and consistent view of the progress of applications and work requests through the transaction-processing continuum. It also enables managers to identify processing bottlenecks and workflow issues.

The core ProWorkflow application has been adopted by over 500 organizations in over 18 countries around the globe. Customers include Fortune 500 companies such as Pitney Bowes (NYSE: PBI), Dell Computers (NASDAQ: Dell), government organizations like the US Coastguard and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (US), healthcare organizations such as the Southern Medical Association (USA), the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare, non-profit organizations like the Assembly of God and Digital Youth, and many many SMEs in a wide range of industries and sectors.

The application helps to automate the individual team and tasks, which help streamline internal workflow processes. It is not unusual for businesses implementing ProWorkflow to experience productivity increases of over 10%. This can save many thousands of dollars every year through the clever time management capabilities of the software.


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