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Recognition Hardware Software Strategy
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Making a better bureau

Amy Wright of Storetec introduces the company's recently introduced Bureau Management System

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Paper is the enemy of on-time payment

Chris Huff, Chief Strategy Officer at Kofax, looks at how, by taking the paper out of accounts payable, intelligent automation increases data visibility and reduces risk while offering numerous other benefits

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Document Navigator 5 launched by Konica Minolta

Providing new accounting solution for small businesses

Kofax integrates ControlSuite and TotalAgility

New Intelligent Automation capabilities 'extend value proposition, time-to-value and competitive differentiation' of ControlSuite

New Document Solutions Business Unit Director for Canon

Tony Wills returns to Canon after 11 years

Alfresco to acquire long-time partner TSG

Acquisition adds industry expertise and out-of-the-box solutions to Alfresco portfolio

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Product review

Review: Fujitsu fi-800R

In a market where it can sometimes be hard to tell what distinguishes one model from another, PFU has launched a scanner that does things that no other can

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Case Study

Post haste

Paris-based Digidom has turned to ibml for fast digital mailroom scanning and intelligent document automation which is supporting the company's rapid business growth

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DM Awards 2019

“Vincerò! Vincerò!”

This year's DM Awards celebrated the best of the industry at what has become the document and content management sector's annual end of year get-together; here are all the winners and runners-up along with details of the night itself

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Welcome to the April issue of the Document Manager eNewsletter; our first since the Coronavirus lockdown really started to take effect on the UK, and we are all still getting used to the idea that the world may never be quite the same again after all this has passed - as surely it will.

As I touched on in our last eNews, even a horrific global pandemic offers some opportunities for positives, and it has been heartening as a media operation to see the way that the IT industry in general has altered much of its messaging to reflect the situation. Engineering and development companies are working together to address shortages of equipment in hospitals, with no hint - so far at least - of commercial agendas. Crowd-sourced web efforts are contributing vast quantities of patient data on a daily basis to help the authorities to measure and model the effects of the disease.

People too often see technological developments as a mostly negative thing in terms of their effect on wider society. I hope that at the end of this pandemic we all recognise that IT has played a huge part in many aspects of the relief efforts that helped us all through it. In the meantime take care and stay safe, and we’ll see you all on the other side.

David Tyler


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