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New Document Capture Software from Kodak Alaris Simplifies Scanning

Sep 23, 2014 10:31:00 AM

Despite widespread adoption of document capture solutions[1], IT and operations managers in many mid-to-large sized enterprises with paper-based processes are still searching for solutions to boost efficiency and productivity in the ways they capture and manage information. Scanning and extracting data for use in business processes and exporting information into repositories can be a bottleneck with serious implications on the cost of back-office operations and customer satisfaction. “As organizations become increasingly dependent on e-business platforms to drive profitability, it’s clear that the remaining paper-based information must be managed more effectively,” said Harvey Spencer, President of Harvey Spencer Associates, a leading analyst firm in the capture software market. “The best way to do this is to convert paper to usable electronic information as fast as possible.”

To address the increasing demand for fast, efficient capture solutions, Kodak Alaris is introducing KODAK Capture Pro Software v5.0, the next generation of award-winning software that enables businesses to accomplish greater accuracy, efficiency and cost effectiveness within their document scanning processes. Capture Pro Software v5.0 enables users to convert forms, invoices, records, and other critical business documents into high-quality images, delivering clear-cut benefits that simplify scanning, automate indexing and enable end users to streamline the process of transforming paper into information. Designed to meet demanding customer requirements, its advanced indexing capabilities automate data extraction and deliver critical information to ECM systems and Microsoft SharePoint, as well as business applications. “With Capture Pro Software v5.0, Kodak Alaris continues to make it quick and easy for end users to scan documents and index information, helping businesses save costs and improve productivity,” said Spencer.

SharePoint Users Stick with Older Versions, Eye Hybrid Cloud

Sep 19, 2014 3:13:00 PM

When we caught up in Boston a year ago with SharePoint Technology Conference Chair David Rubinstein, SharePoint 2013, Office 365 capabilities and mobile were all the rage.  

Topics: cloud

SPTechCon: Content Panda Interview

Sep 19, 2014 12:31:34 PM

SPTechCon conference chairman David Rubinstein talks to Simeon Cathey and Heather Newman about Content Panda, an in-context help solution announced Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, at SPTechCon Boston. The solution enables users to get video or written instruction to solve problems as they arise:

 

Topics: Content PAnda

Why You Must Identify Risks in SharePoint Technology

Sep 19, 2014 11:02:00 AM

SharePoint stakeholders can't know their risks without knowing their requirements.

Topics: SharePoint

SP Marketplace releases Training Department Portal Template for Office 365/SharePoint

Sep 18, 2014 2:02:17 PM

SP Marketplace (SharePoint Marketplace) the leader in the Office 365 business applications market, announced SP Training Portal, a site template which improves productivity and collaboration for internal training departments. The new application is the latest to join the SP Business Suite offerings for Office 365/SharePoint platforms.

Topics: SP Training

SPTechCon Boston 2014 Exhibit Hall

Sep 18, 2014 1:25:00 PM

It's a busy day in the Exhibit Hall at SPTechCon 2014. How busy is it? Check out this video:

Topics: SPTechCon

Yammer: SharePoint's social collaboration savior?

Sep 18, 2014 10:28:00 AM

Microsoft believes Yammer is good for its SharePoint health. Yammer chats are now synced with OneDrive and SharePoint files.

Topics: Yammer

Is Microsoft even pushing SharePoint users into the cloud?

Sep 18, 2014 10:16:00 AM

The cloud. SharePoint.

Topics: SPTechCon

Office Lens, Delve and a whole lot more

Sep 17, 2014 2:31:58 PM

Office Lens.

Topics: Office Delve

Metalogix releases Cloud Acceleration Suite

Sep 17, 2014 11:48:41 AM

Migrating content to the cloud is not easy. It takes patience and time, and businesses often get overwhelmed with the amount of disparate tools for SharePoint, Exchange, files and other content sources that are supposed to help make the migration process easier, according to Steve Marsh, director of product marketing at Metalogix. Metalogix wants to simplify migrating content to the cloud with its latest release of the Cloud Acceleration Suite, a set of migration tools designed to speed up migration, improve security and management, and drive adoption and collaboration.

Topics: Metalogix