Kodak Alaris is helping government agencies simplify digital transformation to save money, improve data security, and meet sustainability and regulatory compliance objectives.
Facing budget pressure, regulations, and growing demand for digital services, government agencies need to leverage new technologies to make processes and workflows faster, more accurate, and more secure.
Optimize your digital conversion processes and lower your total cost of ownership (TCO) with our superior document handling, scanning speed, data accuracy, and professional support services.
All Kodak Alaris products use sustainable materials and our document scanners are Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT®) registered and Energy Star® certified. In addition, our ISO certifications demonstrate the effectiveness of our Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) initiatives.
Our document scanners process data directly on the device through volatile memory, ensuring that data is erased upon transfer or shut down. Many other built-in security features and support for the latest security protocols help protect data privacy. Kodak Alaris solutions are certified for use on government networks around the world.
Our award-winning document scanners and software solutions are ideal for processing the wide variety of document types and sizes common to agency workflows, including IDs, forms, and even fragile documents. Our data capture software automates the process of data indexing and extraction to get critical information into systems and storage locations quickly and accurately.
"The automation we've been able to achieve with Kodak Alaris has helped us serve our clients better, with faster service delivery and the elimination of manual steps. Kodak Alaris is highly reliable, and they provide great customer service."
-Cheryl Dinolfo, Monroe County Executive
In Monroe County, New York, Kodak Alaris enabled the Department of Human Services (DHS) to quickly optimize their digitization workflows to improve the quality and reliability of their services. The DHS scans over 1.8 million documents per year for permanent digital storage and instant retrieval, thus preserving and securing customer records, eliminating manual search, and creating a better customer experience.
The Kodak S3000 Max Series Scanners are a great fit for agencies focused on improving workflow efficiency and data accuracy. With superior speed and ease of use, our Max Scanners make it easy for government offices to optimize document conversion workflows for greater productivity.
Records management is a paper-intensive process. Digitizing documents as soon as they enter an organization is the fastest path to improving efficiency. Kodak branded scanners can handle all the various document types that government agencies need to process, including lightweight papers and embossed hard cards. Flatbed options offer even more flexibility for capturing hard-bound or delicate materials.
Wireless network models provide the flexibility to capture documents anywhere, right at the point of need. And with our Active Feed technology, employees don’t need to be scanning experts to get the best possible capture quality. Documents automatically line up in the feeder without having to worry about alignment issues or paper jams. Our Perfect Page technology ensures that you always get the best possible image quality, helping to ensure that your records are accurate and accessible to employees, citizens, and the applications that support them.
Practically every government agency around the world has paper records that have not yet been digitized. The burden of managing paper records leads to significant organizational inefficiencies and years of lost employee productivity. Eliminating paper records makes your operations more cost-efficient and mitigates risk via secure digital record handling and storage.
Production scanners from Kodak Alaris enable agencies to scan high volumes of documents quickly and accurately, no matter what the document size or quality might be. Our heavy-duty scanners ensure all-day operation. They are built with features to reduce manual labor in the scanning process to help keep costs down while delivering Perfect Page image quality.
Regulatory requirements continue to drive the need for accuracy in the processing and verification of documents. In government agencies, this often means effectively handling different media types that need to be captured digitally. Passports, driver’s licenses, and forms with various sizes create challenges that require a versatile and accurate capture solution. Production and Departmental scanners from Kodak Alaris have a straight-through paper path, so it’s easy to digitize the wide range of documents needed to support citizen transactions and government regulations. Kodak Alaris serves many federal and state agencies, including the United States DEA, so you can be sure that solutions from Kodak Alaris will deliver the best possible results for your document scanning needs.
Software solutions from Kodak Alaris enable you to capture data from multi-function devices, emails, or scanners. Our software significantly improves efficiency by automating key document processes from start to finish, and by reducing the need to review and correct images downstream. Route documents to multiple people or systems with the push of a button. You can then access documents from any location, any time.
Smooth transition from paper to digital improves access, speeds processes, eliminates lost documents and saves money.
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Read this informative guide on electronic document management for government agencies and learn more about NARA and the executive order M-19-21.
Despite efforts to digitize workflows and processes in government, there are still too many paper-based bottlenecks that drag down operational efficiency and create unnecessary work. Download Capture Solutions for Government for a deeper look at how Kodak Alaris is working with government agencies to solve these challenges today.