04 July 2012 – BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - Outback Imaging, developer of EzeScan document scanning and data capture software, has been awarded the Australian Computer Society and Australian Information Industry Association Queensland State iAward for Export Achievement 2012.
The iAward was one of 13 presented to Queensland’s leading innovative companies at a ceremony attended by The Hon Ros Bates, Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts in Brisbane on Tuesday 3 July 2012.

As a state winner, EzeScan will go on to compete against the winners of other State and Territory awards for the National iAwards which will be announced at a gala event in Melbourne on Thursday, 9 August 2012.

Managing Director Mike Kirkby said; “We were very proud to win this award, and to be recognised by our peers for our achievements.”

“Going Global”, has had its challenges; said Mike Kirkby. “Our aim has always been to create affordable technology that significantly improves the way our customers do business and provide them the best service regardless of where they are in the world.”

Operating since 2002, EzeScan has quickly become Australia’s most popular production document scanning software application and product of choice for many Records and Information Managers.

With 1000’s of seats world-wide, EzeScan enables its clients to substantially reduce the cost of deploying batch scanning and data capture solutions for all types of documents and for many industry standard EDRMS/ECM systems.

“Sales in Australia and New Zealand have continued to grow in 2012 along with expanding markets in the EDRMS space in the UK and North America.”

“We are looking forward to new and exciting opportunities in 2013,” said Kirkby.