Management Imaging Recognition Scanning Software Strategy

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Toasting the end of knowledge bottlenecks
Opinion | February 2023
Jason Field, Integration Manager at Document Logistix, explains how to reap the benefits of intelligent document data processing
Powering the customer experience
Interview | February 2023
While DM editor David Tyler was at October's Hyland Summit event in London, he caught up with recently-appointed Chief Revenue...

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Kodak Alaris introduces powerful new document scanners for the desktop
News | February 2023
For greater business efficiency and better customer and employee experiences
IRMS Conference details revealed
News | February 2023
Taking place in May in Manchester

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Law firm Lee & Thompson selects NetDocuments for cloud-based document & email management
News | February 2023
Secure cloud platform supports UK law firm’s IT modernisation journey adds new feature to serverless print management solution
News | February 2023
Internal directory makes it easier for customers to seamlessly take print to the cloud

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Cloud print: the future of hybrid working
Analysis | February 2023
Rod Tonna-Barthet, President & CEO at Kyocera Document Solutions UK, explains how cloud print solutions enhance the hybrid working model
Three ways to improve your document digitisation and scanning operation
Opinion | February 2023
Document digitisation doesn't need to be a time-consuming and tedious task, says Scott Maurer, President OPEX International. Next generation solutions...

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DM Awards 2022:
The 2022 DM Awards winners were announced at a glittering ceremony on Nov 17th last year - see all the winners and runners-up in full here
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - Workflow/BPM Product of the Year
Awards | February 2023
WINNER: DocuWare - DocuWare for Employee Management
RUNNER-UP: Kofax - TotalAgility
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - Enterprise CMS Product of the Year
Awards | February 2023
WINNER: Hyland Software - OnBase
RUNNER-UP: Docufree
The Document Manager Awards 2022 - Low-Code/No-Code Product of the Year
Awards | February 2023
WINNER: Dyanix - Triggre
RUNNER-UP: FileStream

Welcome to the February edition of the Document Manager eNewsletter, which as always includes a variety of content from improving your scan operations to cloud print management. One of our featured articles looks at 'intelligent document processing', which in this context refers to the combination of multiple complementary technologies and approaches including AI and ML for optimum productivity, collaboration and compliance.

Jason Field of Document Logistix argues that the proliferation of data and communication formats have made it increasingly difficult to capture data effectively, whether to achieve business process efficiency or for analysis. In a Harvard Business Review entitled "Artificial Intelligence for the Real World", more than a third of 250 executives familiar with cognitive technologies reported that their aspirations for AI include optimising business applications (36%), freeing workers to be more creative by automating tasks (36%), and facilitating better decisions (35%).

"The benefits of document data automation have been embraced fully in most finance departments and are being adopted in more departments facing document data complexities, such as HR," says Field. "The advent of AI in document data management also means that more industry sectors are able to implement systems to simplify and manage complex document processes."

Accurate data extraction, centralised storage and automated information routing could in theory, says the article, end data silos and workflow bottlenecks. Whether that is what happens in the real world, is as ever, something for which we must wait and see!

David Tyler, Editor
Document Manager Magazine

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