Ways to deliver remote collaboration
It can be challenging to be efficient and productive when you and your team are working remotely. Document scanners and intelligent capture software allow remote employees to collaborate, scan documents and images and remain productive even when hundreds of miles apart. And with security rules and regulations especially tight in the modern business world, document scanning makes it easier than ever to stay compliant without interrupting efficiency.
Scanners from Kodak Alaris offer standard ISIS and TWAIN drivers and provide optimal accuracy, easy setup, and integration with many third-party software applications. Our capture software enables faster capture and access to information for all employees to collaborate with by offering web-based and mobile capture that is easy for remote workers to implement and use with real-time image display, indexing, and bar code detection.
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When organizations extend their digital transformation journey by moving from manual processes and adding capture software and process automation, they can deliver a variety of benefits that positively impact their performance and profitability. Kodak Alaris is the ideal partner as we offer the best technology for every phase of the capture journey.
To help businesses scan documents remotely, Xenith Intelligent Workplace Services partnered with Kodak Alaris to set up a smart Scan@Home Solution that integrates directly into line of business systems.
Kodak Alaris partnered with iMedX Australia & New Zealand to provide paper-based hospitals with a remote Coding Solution so that Clinical Coding can be conducted off-site. This solution enables hospitals to meet their business continuity planning requirements for hospital staff which the COVID-19 Pandemic forced upon them .
Rapid growth and demand for its services prompted Compu-Stor to leverage Kodak Alaris technology that would enable workload to be split across multiple locations.