Posts tagged: partners

Kodak Alaris Announces IN2 Ecosystem

Anne Valaitis
 May 11, 2017

KAOn April 25th, Kodak Alaris introduced IN2 Ecosystem, a combination of scanners, software, and services along with partnerships intended to tackle the issues surrounding information content and “data chaos”. Kodak Alaris has a long history with capture technology spanning many years and includes hardware and software products that handle a variety of applications from compact distributed devices to high-volume sophisticated production engines and solutions.

This announcement is built of key pillars vital for the imaging provider; Right Fit, Right Experience and Right Results. Right Fit looks to make the best integration into the business environment, Right Experience builds on this with simple yet powerful features and processing and the Right Results look to deliver the deserved business outcomes. The pillars are then woven together through a partner and developer community that can ensure delivery and support.

As information and content, often in the form of paper, ebb and flow within a business environment, it becomes increasingly challenging to manage. In fact, the myth of the paperless office seems to be just that…a myth. In a recent Primary Research study conducted by Keypoint Intelligence InfoTrends, we found that only 15% of respondents felt that the paperless office “Was Realistic”, in addition when asked what percentage of business content still remains on paper, the result was more than 50% of company’s data is still paper-based. Information and data chaos is apparent as businesses look to automate processes to control regulations, compliance, and security and efficiency demands.

Kodak Alaris IN2 is a packaged answer to the demands of information and content. Working with their heritage and history of image capture, and further placing a greater emphasis on an ecosystem that will include strong partnerships, Kodak Alaris’s goal with the IN2 solution is to focus in key areas that can benefit most from a combination of capture hardware, software and services delivered by strategic partners. To support the partners, Alaris will provide materials and tools to provision and educate partners in an effort to simplify and reduce complications that could arise while penetrating new solutions markets whether horizontal or vertical.

Keypoint Intelligence feels that a balanced approach when addressing information and content mismanagement is best and Kodak Alaris with the announcement of it’s IN2 Ecosystem directly reflects the real need to create linkages and integrations for a solid information solution.

Xerox Making MFPs Smarter with New Enhancements

Allison Correia
 Mar 11, 2016

Xerox ConnectKey User Interface

Yesterday, March 10th, Xerox announced advancements to its Xerox ConnectKey technology to expand what multifunction printers (MFPs) can do in the workplace. The Xerox ConnectKey-enabled i-Series MFPs are equipped with ready-to-use apps, speed up paper-dependent business processes and make it easier for users to collaborate and work more effectively. The technology also gives Xerox and its partners opportunities to better understand customer business needs and uncover new recurring revenue streams. Read more »

The Lexmark/Brainware Acquisition: Just the beginning of an acquisition-filled year

Other Posts
 Mar 9, 2012

Perceptive has been using Brainware’s IntelliCapture technology with their ImageNow software since 2009, so perhaps Lexmark’s acquisition isn’t too surprising. What is interesting, however, is how an increasing number of OEMs are shifting their focus on ISVs who can provide an added-value to what is currently lacking in their software portfolio. Last year, Lexmark acquired Pallas Athena, enabling them to expand in the EMEA region with a stronger focus on business process management and document management capabilities, while reinforcing the connection between Perceptive Software and Lexmark.

Now, Lexmark makes another acquisition under similar circumstances except with a document capture emphasis. Brainware will act as a division of Perceptive Software but will continue to work with their existing partners, like Oracle and KnowledgeLake. Brainware will maintain control of their data capture market which will help them grow their business much faster and drive product adoption through Lexmark’s and Perceptive’s customer base and channel partners. Read more »

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