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Reimagining Document Management

Kodak Alaris and digital intelligence company ABBYY have joined forces to help organisations convert documents into actionable data by integrating information capture with cloud-based intelligent document processing (IDP).

The technical integration of Kodak’s INfuse smart connected scanning solution with ABBYY’s Vantage platform is part of a wider drive to promote automation initiatives globally, and create opportunities for both companies’ clients to solve a variety of document processing, data processing and automation challenges.

Kodak Alaris will also offer a connector to Vantage and provide access to a library of document skills available from the ABBYY Marketplace this year.

“We are delighted to partner with ABBYY and look forward to working together to help our joint customers accelerate their automation strategies and increase productivity,” explains Don Lofstrom, President & General Manager of Kodak Alaris. “Our global partnerships provide customers and channel partners with access to best-in-class solutions to capture, extract, and process data from a variety of document formats and channels. The combination of Kodak Alaris’ expertise in information capture with ABBYY’s digital intelligence platforms will help customers accelerate their digital transformation and optimise their business processes.”

“Vantage completely reimagines how Kodak Alaris can solve document processing challenges for its customers by now having a more agile, yet powerful IDP solution that easily integrates into INfuse,” adds Bruce Orcutt, SVP of Product Marketing at ABBYY. “We are pleased that Kodak Alaris’ ecosystem of customers and partners now have a low-code/no-code, easy-to-consume option and to expand our partnership with Kodak Alaris.”

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