Built with Microsoft technologies, Cohesion helps public and private sector organisations meet their content, collaboration and information needs. Available as a service from Empired and offering a choice of private, government and public cloud platforms, Cohesion provides a secure, easy to use, enterprise-grade service that’s accessible from anywhere.
Cohesion offers a highly collaborative and rich user experience, in which compliance and records management processes are handled in the background. This means the burden of data organisation and classification is borne seamlessly by the application instead of by the user.
With in-built governance, you can rest assured your information and processes are meeting all regulatory requirements.
Cohesion leverages the Microsoft stack, which makes it fast to implement and familiar and intuitive to use.
Centralised, efficient document storage
Retain all your documentation in an easy to use, reliable SharePoint directory.
Proven cost savings
Reduce administration and processing time by helping your people work more effectively on a daily basis. Plus, switch your document management costs to a more cost-effective, service-based model.
Achieve effective digital transformation with a solution that offers exceptional functionality and a rich user experience.
Enhanced collaboration and productivity
Cohesion increases efficiency while utilising your existing Microsoft licences, which also provides vital cost and resource efficiencies.
Cohesion leverages Microsoft Azure services for data protection services to provide enterprise grade security.
More flexible ways of working
As it’s cloud-based, Cohesion can be accessed from any secure device – meaning your people can work wherever they need to.
Backing the Australian government’s digital transformation journey
Right now, government departments of all sizes are under increasing pressure to improve the services and support they offer. As part of this, investing in new digital, cloud-based solutions – which can significantly improve productivity, compliance and security – is becoming imperative. It’s why the Australian government is investing $129.6m over three years as part of a Modernisation Fund to help government entities find more modern and sustainable operating models.
However, for many departments or agencies, it can be hard to know where to start, or which technology initiative to prioritise. This is where Empired’s Cohesion service can help – offering you a highly secure, compliant and effective way to transform your information management and start your digital transformation journey.
To find out more about the journeys some of our clients have taken with Cohesion as their core transformational platform, you can read their stories here.
How does Cohesion work?
When you choose to partner with Empired, you benefit from our:
We work exclusively with Microsoft technologies and have the largest team of Microsoft experts in the Southern Hemisphere.
Public sector experience
We currently provide enterprise content management solutions, as a service, to more than 10,000 government users.
Support & service
Cohesion is managed and supported for a monthly fee, with service extensions to meet your needs.
We can implement your solution quickly and accurately, based on your unique requirements.
Best practices for digital transformation in government
With digital transformation high on the Australian government’s agenda, agencies and departments of all sizes are under pressure to revolutionise their services, processes and ways of working. So what should the priorities be? And where should they start?
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