October 2015, Document Imaging & Capture

Interviews

EMC

Richard Haine

Senior Systems Engineer, EMC Enterprise Content Division

Richard Haine

IBM

Tim Robertson

IBM Europe Sales Leader, Content Management & Capture Solutions

Tim Robertson

Kodak Alaris

Emma Isichei

Category Director, Capture Solutions

Emma Isichei

Lexmark

Dermot McCauley

VP of Platform Product Marketing

Dermot McCauley

Top Image Systems

Andrew Pery

Chief Marketing Officer

Andrew Pery

Document Imaging & Capture Roundtable Discussion


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Welcome to ZONE SE7EN’s Document Imaging & Capture Virtual Roundtable.

We talked to industry leaders within the Document Imaging and Capture industry to discuss trending topics in today’s marketplace – using apps to capture data from mobile devices, mailroom automation solutions, document management systems, the benefits of intelligent document capture (IDC), 3D scanning, capturing mobile data, document scanners for a mobile workforce, and much more.

Whatever your industry – financial, education, retail, healthcare, government, to name but a few – ZONE SE7EN’s virtual Roundtable discussion with experts from EMC, IBM, Kodak Alaris, Lexmark and Top Image Systems will help to provide you with a balanced overview of Document Imaging and Capture, ensuring that you are fully informed and able to make that all-important decision.

Richard Haine from EMC discusses mailroom automation with organisations having to consider a range of data sources, all of which need to be gathered into the system in order to trigger the business processes; and why intelligent capture is more than just paper.

Tim Robertson at IBM advises why it’s important to consider data capture within the mobile strategy, ensuring capture technology is built in to the application; and explaining why 3D scanning is a viable option for businesses in scanning to capture document information with ease.

Emma Isichei from Kodak Alaris explains why automation in the mailroom is important to delivering a process and achieving efficiencies; and how intelligent document capture helps companies not only capture information, but extract relevant information as well.

Dermot Macauley at Lexmark talks about the value of mobile devices as a primary means of engagement and the four aspects that mobile capture must achieve; and tells us about the steps a business needs to take to ensure processes and procedures are successfully automated.

Andrew Pery from Top Image Systems why it’s important that image quality of the captured information via mobile devices is of a high quality; and explains the advantages and disadvantages of capturing data via mobile devices.

View our Document Imaging and Content Virtual Roundtable now and discover informative, reliable content that speaks your language!