Kodak Alaris is expanding its information capture ecosystem, delivering on the promise of digital transformation for organisations in the Middle East and around the world.
At GITEX Technology Week 2017, the global solution provider is expanding the previously announced Alaris IN2 Ecosystem by unveiling the Alaris S2000 Series Scanners – a new family of network/wireless and USB connected desktop devices – and showcase its award-winning software and services, which are designed to take the complexity out of information capture and improve the way people work.
In a recently published white paper, IDC reports that digitising, automating, and optimising document workflows offer compelling benefits to organisations, including, on average, a 35% reduction in costs, 42% reduction in paper documents, and 52% reduction in errors .
“Manual processes present an unnecessary hurdle to creating transparency and efficiency for organisations,” said Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Vice President, Global Marketing, Alaris Information Management.
“Any paper-based process such as loan requests or driver’s licence applications must be digitised to facilitate sharing and reduce risk. Digital capture of paper documents is an essential first step toward achieving this.”
The Alaris IN2 Ecosystem will be the focus of the booth at GITEX. Alaris launched its ecosystem earlier this year to help remove complexity from information capture. Now, the next wave of the IN2 Ecosystem offers new features and tight integration between scanners, software and services.
The headliner at GITEX is the Alaris S2000 Series Scanner, which increases productivity by automating much of the work traditionally done by people and host computers. Embedded Image Processing within the scanner delivers crisp, high-quality images without requiring a host PC. Active Feed Technology aligns the leading edge of paper to avoid misfeeds and multi-feeds and Controlled Output Stacking places paper neatly in the output tray. As a result, users spend less time preparing documents for scanning and dealing with messy output stacks.