Kofax Captures HP Deal

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HP and Kofax unite to integrate capture-and-exchange technology with HP printers.

HP and Kofax have signed an agreement that will see HP resell and support Kofax's capture and exchange technology.

Kofax, which also has become an HP Platinum Partner, will see its Intelligent Capture & Exchange integrated into HP imaging and printing solutions. This includes intelligent document recognition to classify and extract data from any document type; and the Kofax Document Exchange Server—software that allows documents and information to be exchanged among multifunction peripherals, scanners, e-mail and transactional business processes such as invoice processing, new account openings and sales order processing.

"Through our new agreement with HP, we see a strategic opportunity to expand the reach of our proven intelligent capture and exchange solutions, and to leverage our joint expertise to solve today's most challenging input management needs," said Reynolds C. Bish, CEO of Kofax's parent company, DICOM Group, in a statement. "Kofax Intelligent Capture & Exchange is already helping organizations around the world to automate key business processes and streamline the capture of critical documents—no matter how complex—including invoices, utility bills, public and private records, and inbound mail."

Harvey Spencer, president of Harvey Spencer Associates, said in a statement: "Although increasing amounts of business are transacted electronically, paper frequently provides a key part of the overall transaction set. Large companies are therefore looking more closely at capture software as a strategic need."

Sara Driscoll began her journalism career at 16 years old on her local newspaper, The Watford Observer. Working part time, she covered a range of beats. Leaving to complete her Journalism Degree at Bournemouth University, UK, Sara then went on to graduate and work for Emap. She began as a reporter on APR, Emap's construction title, being promoted to senior reporter with a year.Sara then joined VNU Business Publications as Deputy News Editor on CRN, the weekly trade title for channel players. She covered industry/business news from vendors, distributors and resellers, product announcements, partner announcements as well as market and trend analysis, research and in depth articles to predict up and coming trends in the sector. She was promoted within a year to News Editor, a year later to Deputy Editor and the following year became Editor. Sara remained editor of CRN for three years, launching the magazine on new platforms including CRN TV and eBooks, as well as several magazine and web site redesigns. She was called on for expert industry comment from various publications including appearing on live BBC news programs. Sara joined Ziff Davis Enterprise as Editor of eWeek Channel Insider. She runs the title in all formats – online up to the minute news, newsletters, emails alerts and events. She also manages the brand of Channel Insider in all formats - events, shows, awards, panel debates and roundtables.Sara can be reached at:sara.driscoll@ziffdavisenterprise.com

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