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Putting digital on the map at the NHS

Storetec's Amy Wright offers insights into recent progress - and otherwise - with the NHS 'Paperless 2020' targets

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RPA and Capture starting to overlap

Harvey Spencer, President HSA inc, offers some insights and updates into recent activities across the RPA market

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New NHS contract for EDM Group

Over 200 million images to be captured over four years

Konica Minolta extends alliance with M-Files

Widening partnership to provide intelligent ECM solution across Europe

66% of companies to increase RPA software spend in 2020

According to new study from UiPath/Forrester

TRM acquired by Workflo Solutions

Long-established Paisley firm is latest acquisition for Scotland’s fast-growing outsourced DM and IT Support service provider

Product review

Fujitsu fi-7800

Fujitsu's latest production scanning offerings continue the company's trend with that range of focusing on usability and total cost of ownership as much as on specific product features

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Case Study

Stacking up the benefits

Leading facilities management business expands its use of ibml solutions to broaden the capture services it can offer to clients

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DM Awards 2019

All the winners and runners-up

This year's DM Awards celebrated the best of the industry at what has become the document and content management sector's biggest annual event

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The Document Manager eNewsletter for February includes a thought-provoking analysis from Harvey Spencer of the RPA market and how it is impacting the traditional capture sector. Harvey argues that the growth in RPA deployments has begin to ‘stall’ as users realise that there are significant shortfalls in many offerings, especially when it comes to integration with line-of-business applications and workflows. The robotics vendors are having to adapt their own offerings - or work alongside traditional process automation companies - in order to properly add value.

New partnerships abound, as Harvey explains: “Partnerships with traditional capture vendors are increasing with Automation Anywhere OEM'd by IBM who integrates it with Datacap and Content Analyzer, its new Capture 2.0 product. UiPath has been partnering with HyperScience and ABBYY FlexiCapture (interestingly ABBYY also announced a plan to acquire TimelinePI to improve its workflow). Kryon has a partnership with ABBYY, while Softomotive has partnered with CaptureFast.”

At the same time companies including Kofax and Pega are working hard to promote their own RPA offerings alongside their existing capture/process strengths. Robotics isn’t going away in our sector any time soon, but you need to keep a close eye on this rapidly evolving market.

David Tyler


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