This whitepaper will review how business processes are more efficient in an electronic data environment. Enterprise Capture enables customer service improvement, cost cutting, and compliance for financial institutions such as Flagstar and Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU).
See how some retail banks have redirected their focus to a more customer -centric approach. This whitepaper includes success stories from Banco Inversis and GMAC Commercial Mortgage Corporation (now Ally Financial) which highlight how Kofax has helped them maintain and even increase their competitive edge.
The Kofax enterprise capture platform offers unmatched scalability from centralized to highly distributed environments, from individual desktops to enterprise deployments and from basic archival scanning to powerful document classification and separation and data extraction. The company's market leading technology supports a wide variety of input devices and line of business applications, providing a strong enterprise-wide platform on which to standardize document driven processes.
The fax market is changing significantly though not in the way predicted by many. Far from an inevitable decline brought about by the emergence of e-mail, the demand for fax, particularly from larger companies, is actually growing. The way that fax is managed within the business is also undergoing a significant period of transition.
There is little doubt that Multi Function Peripherals (MFP) offer businesses of all sizes significant benefits: they combine printing, scanning, copying and fax functions in one machine and deliver considerable cost and space savings. They also address some very important business process, management and legal issues faced by virtually every business. Within this discussion document we concentrate on the fax element and look specifically at the integration of MFPs with network fax run through a fax server such as Lane’s Passport Fax Server.
This case study describes the common challenges faced by the Hutchinson Center and how Canon U.S.A., Inc. combined powerful imageRUNNER MFPs with uniFLOW Output Manager suite to help improve overall operations so the Center could dedicate its primary focus to the business of saving lives.
You know you need a multifunction product, but which to choose? Printer-based or copier-based? There are two sides to every story – we’ll help you find your way through the woods to your happy ending with this new informative video whitepaper sponsored by HP.
Join this dynamic LinkedIn group to be part of the cyber-security education conversation to gain an understanding for the best practices to improve security. Learn why HP says 64% of IT managers believe their printers are infected with malware, but only 45% of those IT professionals consider printers to be a medium or high risk vulnerability.
The first responsibility of IT professionals is to make sure their companyís information is secure and today any device can become an access point threat. Printers and MFPs can be the Achillesí Heel of any cyber-security plan and are a goldmine for hackers looking to steal pertinent information. Join the conversation and learn whatís necessary to protect your company.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Feb 20, 2008
Whilst many organizations have invested resources in managing their IT infrastructure, few apply the same strategic focus to the document output environment. This can represent a huge cost drain, estimated to represent between 1% and 3% of total revenue. A managed and optimized print environment will lead to significant cost reductions whilst improving productivity and boosting any organization’s green credentials.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Oct 17, 2009
Managed print services (MPS) offer organisations the opportunity to control costs, reduce the complexity of managing a heterogeneous infrastructure and improve business processes. With many organisations striving to do more with less, MPS can cut both capital and operational expenses. Now is the time to tackle the huge cost and productivity drain represented by an unmanaged print environment. MPS passes control of this complex infrastructure to the experts leaving an organisation to focus on its core business competencies.