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BLI PaceSetter Award

22.09.2021, 10:59

BLI PaceSetter Award

Keypoint Intelligence has recognised Kodak Alaris with an inaugural Buyers Lab (BLI) PaceSetter Award for distributed capture technology.

Kodak Alaris was chosen ahead of other OEM suppliers of single-function scanners, capture software, and professional imaging solutions after participating in a North America-wide survey that included a questionnaire on its industry vision, strategy, product portfolio, professional services offerings, and value proposition.

The company’s imaging portfolio includes workflow automation, distributed capture and remote monitoring and management solutions that help businesses get the most out of digital transformation investments.

Announcing the award, Lee Davis, Associate Director of Software/Scanners at Keystone Intelligence, said: “We are very impressed with Kodak Alaris’s distributed capture technology portfolio.

“The entire breadth of the company’s hardware is best characterised by its ease of use, media-handling capabilities, and image quality – a perfect fit in shared scanning environments.”

John Blake, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Product Management for the Alaris division of Kodak Alaris, added: “Claiming the first ever BLI PaceSetter Award for Distributed Capture is a tremendous honour.

“We continue to invest in distributed capture solutions that extend our scanners’ capabilities beyond hardware to include software, solutions, and services that create significant value for our customers and partners.”

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