BDO Stoy Hayward is standardising its 600-office extranet with Autonomy
The deal will enable the accounting firm to give users access to the masses
of data held within its repositories.
Graham Knight, head of technology at BDO Stoy Hayward, said: ‘We were really
looking for an instant response, which is what Autonomy gives us, enabling us to
work much more flexibly and at speed. Speed of access to content, within a
secure environment and from wherever we are working, is one of the key benefits
we have experienced using Autonomy.’
BDO Stoy Hayward has also previously used Autonomy within its risk management
department, where unstructured information – from sources such as text documents
and presentations – can be indexed.
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