Presto Case Studies
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The role of the information professional is evolving into that of a facilitator and strategist – someone who not only provides access to information, but actively cultivates knowledge in the organisation. Presto supports this evolution by facilitating knowledge management and maximising the value and use of both dynamic and archival information assets.
Some examples of Presto implementation are:
- GPV (General Practice Victoria) case study
- Victoria Law, a website providing access to easy to understand legal information, launched by Victoria Law Foundation. The online service uses the powerful and flexible Inmagic Presto software to provide a one-stop shop to plain language resources from respected agencies and government bodies that provide legal services and education. Information on the site can be found quickly and easily and allows at least four ways to find information – by legal topic, legal agency, popular tags or language. Legal information is available in other community languages including – Chinese, Greek, Somali, Turkish and Vietnamese. Presto’s powerful search enables users to search in their languages and retrieve relevant resources.
- Rail Knowledgebase case study: Australia's Rail Knowledge Bank aims to provide a single, easily searchable repository for Australian and International rail-related information. This initiative was created to address the potentially serious and compounding problem in coming years of the widespread loss of industry knowledge through significant levels of workforce retirement, and aims to create a vital resource for the rail industry including CRC for Rail Innovation Participants.
- TLISC case study: The Transport Education eLibrary, a new online facility established at www.transportlibrary.com.au, uses Presto software to provide access to a growing number of documents and resources. Also check out the article in Image & Data Management.
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