FEATURED CASE STUDIES

Capita cuts over 70% off the cost of processing an invoice

Capita Group Plc, a FTSE top 50 company, is the UK's largest business process outsourcing (BPO) and professional services company, with annual revenues of £2.7 billion. Capita Group's existing purchase-to-pay (P2P) processes were labour-intensive, requiring significant manual keying and re-keying of inbound paper invoices into SAP.

Siemens AG

Siemens implemented Kofax Perceptive Intelligent CaptureTM to increase automation of its high-volume accounts payable operations.

South African bank

This South African bank is disrupting the market with an innovative mobile app for onboarding customers, driven by Kofax capture technology. By enabling customers to apply for an account on the go—without having to visit a branch—the bank has increased new account openings by 50 percent, growing market share and boosting financial inclusion.

FEATURED WHITE PAPERS

Digital Transformation: Which Way Forward? Four mobile capabilities that show you're on the right path infographic

Mapping a successful route through the complexity of Digital Transformation Can be Daunting. The big-picture trend is clear: mobile is a cornerstone of your customers' digital interactions.

Navigating the Digital Transformation Maze: Let Mobile Capture Take the Lead in Customer Onboarding EBook

Mobile is an essential component of every digital transformation strategy. However, many point or black box mobile capture solutions leave dangerous and potentially costly gaps in functionality and in your infrastructure that can create unexpected barriers in the future.

Evaluating the Health of Your Medical Claims Process infographic

Rising costs continue to be the key challenge for the U.S. health care and property and casualty (P&C) insurers that process and pay medical claims. Payers must find ways to cut costs to avoid raising premiums, afford the growing cost of regulatory compliance, and remain profitable. One viable target area is claims processing.