Allen Carney, VP of Product Marketing at Kofax, discusses current phases for incorporating an automated solution into AP systems, as well as the current state of adoption, and predictions about where the industry is headed.
Bruce Orcutt, director of product marketing for mobile at Kofax, discusses the benefits of engaging with customers - and capturing information - at the 'Point of Origination'
DM Editor David Tyler talks with Kofax CMO Martyn Christian to discuss the recent Altosoft acquisition strategy and emerging trends across the market.
Kofax has a new marketing position.
Kofax is once again listed on this prestigious list.
Kofax, provider of smart process applications for the business critical First Mile of customer interactions, has unveiled Kofax Mobile Capture Auto Claims application for auto accident claims.
Here are three steps an organization should take to move mailroom automation beyond the traditional digital mailroom. In concert, these steps will help your organization improve visibility into incoming documents, thereby enabling better management of information and, ultimately, customer service.
Document Boss speaks with Reynolds C. Bish, CEO of Kofax, to gain some insights into the changing dynamics of this market and the future direction of the company.
With smartphones already doubling as pocket-sized scanners for barcodes and checks, business process management software vendor Kofaxsees an opportunity in bringing mobile imaging to accounts payable software.
Mobile apps are transforming customer engagement. Kofax CTO Anthony Macciola speaks to the Forbes CIO Network about how to enhance the customer experience with mobile capture technology.
Business process automation has indeed caught the attention of the corporate world, and is increasingly being viewed as a means to making businesses more effective and more productive. No one realizes the importance of this better than Kofax, touted as a premier provider of solutions that make information processing more productive and consistent.
Kofax has released MarkView for Accounts Payable 8.0, a secure mobile solution for the automated capture and processing of accounts payable (AP) information.
David Lewis, vice president, Marketing, discusses a case study about Hyundai Motors and their road to improve process automation.
It’s not uncommon for retailers to have several different accounts payable systems and processes, multiple sets of controls, audit processes, reporting processes, and storage systems at each of their locations. Allen Carney discusses how one of North America’s leading food companies streamlined its processes by leveraging Kofax AP automation solutions.
Kofax CEO Reynolds C. Bish talks design aesthetics with the Orange County Business Journal. By Chris Cassachia
The new paradigm in document-capture questions how you are managing input from multiple channels, where data is received, and how to intelligently classify data within SharePoint.
Following the release of Kofax’s Q1 IMS, we met with CEO Reynolds Bish and CFO Jamie Arnold to discuss the company’s growth strategy going forward.
Content capture specialist Kofax is expanding its range of mobile applications which allow information to be photographed and automatically inserted into corporate applications. By Beverley Head
Kofax CEO takes the chairman elect position of local O.C. technology association.
By Kevin Sablan
Point of Origination™ information capture is a proven winner for businesses seeking to accelerate revenue, reduce costs, increase efficiency and better serve constituents. Here are the top five reasons why you should be thinking about taking capture mobile today.
The automotive giant uses Kofax TotalAgility and SharePoint in an invoice processing automation solution that delivered an ROI in less than a year.
A new survey shows more than one-third of mortgage borrowers would pay a higher interest rate if it came with better customer service, and mobile capture for mortgage is one way to deliver. By Lew Sichelman
Kofax has released its Mobile Capture for Mortgage app, which the company says allows lenders, brokers and borrowers to use cameras in mobile devices to capture, perfect and extract relevant information from supporting documents and deliver it directly into the appropriate loan processes.
A new app from Kofax plc will allow lenders, brokers and borrowers to access relevant mortgage information in an instant.
Kofax has introduced an application that lets mortgage lenders capture information from borrowers by taking a pictures of documents with a mobile device.
Kofax has announced the launch of Kofax Mobile Capture for Mortgage app, leveraging Kofax’s capture software to enable lenders, brokers and borrowers to use cameras in smartphones and tablet computers to capture, perfect and extract relevant information from supporting documents and deliver it directly into the appropriate loan processes.
US based Kofax, a provider of Capture Enabled business process management (BPM) systems, has rolled out its Mobile Capture for mortgage app, which accelerates loan processing and improves customer experience.
The Salvation Army of Australia uses Kofax to process more than 20,000 tax invoices a month.
Agile business processes are guiding organizations as they use information to enact change. By Allen Carney
More and more financial institutions are gearing up to improve the customer experience through anytime, anywhere, any device access. By Karen McCandless
Accounts Payable News talks with Thomas Senger, Senior VP, Software & Solutions Sales, EMEA, about the benefits of capture enabled BPM in the AP environment.
Australian financial giant Suncorp bank uses Kofax for its paperless office initiative, savings hundreds of thousands of dollars in paper, ink and storage, and reducing loan processing times.
Orange Business Services, a major B-to-B telecom provider, streamlines its purchasing processes by improving data quality with Kofax Transformation Modules. By Anh Nguyen
ChannelPro, a leading UK publication for the channel community, evaluates capture enabled BPM with Kofax CMO Martyn Christian. By Will Garside
Computer News speaks to Thomas Senger, Kofax's senior VP of software and solutions sales, EMEA, on capture enabled BPM.
IMelbourne Health uses Kofax Capture to streamline the processing of more than 300,000 invoices per year.
Investor's Business Daily goes to Kofax CMO Martyn Christian for tips on effective time management. By Sonja Carberry
Kofax customer Macquarie University Hospital talks to the Sydney Morning Herald about how it uses capture to move to paperless medical records, reducing costs and improving patient care. By Cynthia Karena
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian explores how automating processes with capture can improve customer service in the insurance industry.
Kofax sets the pace early for the 2012 document imaging market with recent acquisition of Singularity and new product offering, DotImage Enterprise Edition, which extends capture to the point of origination. By David Roe
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian meets with Image and Data Manager publisher Bill Dawes to discuss in depth the latest findings from an AIIM research study on capture driven processes.
Forrester BPM expert Craig Le Clair provides his insights into the Kofax acquisition of Singularity and what it means for both organizations.
Global coverage of Kofax's acquisition of BPM and case management provider Singularity.
In part 4 of the five-part series, Vice President of Product Marketing for Kofax Allen Carney provides a how-to on using capture and SharePoint to deliver measurable automation benefits to an enterprise.
Investor's Business Daily gets the expert perspective on the growing information capture industry from Kofax CEO Reynolds Bish. By Pete Barlas
Suncorp Bank selects a Kofax solution over EMC and IBM because of its proven ability to increase efficiency and reduce costs through capture driven business process automation.
Kofax customer Suncorp, a leading Australian bank, used a Kofax capture solution to initiate automation in its lending processes, reducing the costs associated with paper storage requirements and improving regulatory compliance. By Liz Tay
Kofax customer Suncorp Bank reveals the benefits of its capture driven business process automation solution. By Chloe Herrick
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian discusses how Kofax bucks the national trend and is hiring despite challenging economic conditions. By Chris Rugaber, Associated Press
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian discusses the findings of the latest AIIM research study proving the value of capture driven business process automation. By Ralph Gammon
Kofax customer Lincoln Trust, a leader in self-directed retirement planning, uses Kofax capture software as part of a BPM solution to reduce its paper-based workload, customer complaints about delays and lost paperwork by 90 percent. By Olivia LaBarre
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian details the significant opportunity for BPOs to deploy capture driven processes for a proven ROI. By Martyn Christian
New AIIM findings proving the value of automating capture early in business processes are highlighted here. By Simon Quicke
By automating document classification, Kofax customer Colorado Housing and Finance Authority gains faster access to information while reducing operational audit costs. By Anne Rawlings-Gabriel
SharePoint allows employees to leverage valuable data. Kofax solutions ensure that data is accurate and complete. By Allen Carney
Kofax Vice President of Product Marketing Allen Carney details the importance of capturing all types of documents to deliver into SharePoint. By Allen Carney.
Kofax customer Bavarian Hospitality Group responds to sudden growth by using automation to speed the processing of 4,000 invoices monthly.
Australia's Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency gets advice from Kofax's Allen Carney, Vice President of Product Marketing, on how to reduce a carbon footprint using business process automation. By Allen Carney.
The Orange County Register, one of Southern California's leading news organizations, covers Kofax's acquisition of SDK-developer Atalasoft. By Jan Norman
Allen Carney, Vice President of Product Marketing at Kofax, makes the case for getting the most out of a SharePoint implementation with an enterprise capture solution. By Allen Carney.
The Orange County Register, the leading source of information in Orange County, Calif., with a weekly circulation of more than 500,000 readers, profiles Kofax success and leadership. By Adam Probolosky.
Kofax customer Alfred Health, a leading hospital group in Victoria, Aus., uses a Kofax solution to scan more than 10,000 documents daily into EHRs, improving productivity and efficiency for physicians and administrators. – Image and Data Manager
Kofax CMO Martyn Christian explains how enterprise capture can help BPOs reduce costs, increase productivity and make processes more transparent. By Martyn Christian
ComputerWeekly profiles Kofax customer Oxfordshire City Council and its recent success with an enterprise capture solution that reduced the need for office storage by 40 percent.
Kofax customer, Australia's Northern Territory Government, benefits from enhanced recognition and classification in its a recent AP automation implementation. – Image and Data Manager
ECM Plus interviews CMO Martyn Christian on the top 10 reasons for automating accounts payable processes automate your accounts payable processes, and, the wider opportunities for cost reduction and efficiencies through document-driven business process automation. – PODCAST
TNK-BP, one of the top 10 privately held oil companies in the world in terms of crude oil production, will deploy a Kofax invoice processing solution to process eight million documents a year, improving efficiency and reducing costs. – By Antony Savvas, CIO UK
Financial advisory firm Raymond James Financial deploys Kofax as part of its new SharePoint service center implementation. – By Anne Rawland Gabriel, Wall Street & Technology
The Financial Times, one of the world's leading business publications, covers Kofax's stellar interim results.
– By Courtney Weaver, Financial Times
Leading business publication Bloomberg speaks to CEO Reynolds Bish about Kofax's first half earnings announcement. – By Renee Lawrence, Bloomberg
Allen Carney, Kofax's Vice President of Product Marketing, speaks to Financial Operation Matters about the benefits and ROI a capture solution can provide companies seeking to increase efficiencies and reduce costs. – By Karen Kroll, Financial Operations Matters
Kofax customer University Hospitals revamps its accounts payable processes with MarkView for Accounts Payable, improving productivity and visibility.
– By Mark Brousseau, Jan. 25, 2011, ECM Connection
A major utilities provider leverages its Kofax solution to reduce overall department costs by more than 40 percent.
– Jan. 25, 2011, ECM Connection
The Orange County Business Journal speaks to CEO Reynolds C. Bish about Kofax's planned sale of its hardware unit.
– By Sarah Tolkoff, Jan. 24, 2011, Orange County Business Journal
The popular blog for The Association for Work Process Improvement (TAWPI) highlights University Hospital Health System (UHHS) success. The accounts payable shared services center of UHHS used Kofax's MarkView for Accounts Payable to make a 63 percent increase in invoice processing volume, coupled with a 17 percent reduction in full-time equivalents.
– By Mark Brousseau, Jan. 22, 2011, TAWPI
The OC Metro, one of Southern California's leading business publications covers Kofax's sale of its hardware business. – Jan. 17, 2011, OC Metro
Kofax's MarkView for Accounts Payable plays a major role in helping the shared services center of a local government reduce spending by $26 million. – Jan. 2011, Accounts Payable News
Allen Carney, Vice President of Product Marketing at Kofax, details how to reduce costs and improve speed, efficiency, control of operations and visibility by automating vital accounts payable processes.
– By Allen Carney, Jan. 2011, Accounts Payable News
Using a Kofax and SharePoint solution, employees of the third largest proprietor of listed structures in the UK can easily access vital information from key documents. – Nov. 22, 2010, Computer Weekly.com
The finance department for Burger King, the $2.5 billion hamburger chain, notes that an upgrade to Kofax accounts payable software helped reduce costs and save internally. – By Alix Stuart, Nov. 2010, CFO Magazine
PC Magazine's applications-focused department AppScout reviews Kofax Express. – By Bill Howard, Sept. 2010, PC Magazine
Open, consistent communication: Read how Reynolds Bish put this strategy to work to drive transformative change upon starting as CEO of Kofax in 2007. – By Brooke Bates, Sept. 2010, Smart Business Orange County
Kofax Express 2.0 makes headlines in BizTech Magazine's September 2010 issue – By Dr. Jeffrey Sheen
Kofax executive Andrew Pery is quoted in a special report, "Taming the Federal Beast," which describes the challenge faced by the Federal government in managing accounts payable and accounts receivable operations.-- By Karen Kroll
Kofax Communication Server 9.0 was featured in the August product review round-up in Processor, which covers new products, information and news in the industry. (August 2010)
An IT service provider uses Kofax's MarkView AP to automate transactions, resulting in dramatically lowered costs and increased productivity. – By the Controller's Forum (July 2010)
Kofax document capture software enables hospitals and health systems to implement electronic health records (EHR) solutions that improve patient care and health records management. – by ImageSource Magazine (June 2010)
Kofax's Chief Marketing Officer describes how capture solutions are being leveraged as an information onramp to initiate document-driven business process automation. – by Andrew Pery
An overview of Kofax's recent growth and reviews of the new versions of Kofax Express and Kofax Transformation Modules. –By Ralph Gammon
A review of the new versions of Kofax Front Office Server and Transformation Modules software. - By Ann Priede
Kofax releases new versions of three products (Kofax Capture, Kofax Express and MarkView Financial Suite) with upgraded features. – By Ralph Gammon
Despite economic downturn, business grows for technology companies like Kofax that provide invoice scanning solutions. – By Mark Brousseau
Kofax Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Pery shows how document capture helps health care organizations capitalize on the recent government push toward electronic medical records.
Kofax solution helps customer SmartHealth control invoice processing costs and increase productivity by more than 40 percent. – By Dan Bolita
Review shows how Kofax Desktop features simplify and expedite the personal scanning process. – By Bill Howard
Kofax Chief Technology Officer Anthony Macciola discusses the long-term strategy behind Kofax's acquisition of 170 Systems. – By Ralph Gammon
Kofax's strategic acquisition of 170 Systems will allow it to capture a greater share of the invoice processing market. – By Jan Norman
Automating business processes can be good for the environment as well as the bottom line, as evidenced by Oakwood Worldwide’s successful (and green) implementation of its Kofax solution. – By Chris Castanzo
Mario provides an overview of features and capabilities for Kofax’s first desktop application. – By Mario Morejon
Moving document capture to the front office can result in immediate benefits, explains Kofax Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Pery.
State of Utah Office of Recovery Services uses Kofax technology to build a digital mailroom. – By Gretchen Peck
Kofax Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Pery comments on how document management reduces record errors and streamlines processes for health care organizations.
Kofax wins $300,000 deal with the U.S. Census Bureau to automate forms processing. – By Sarah Tolkoff
Oakwood Worldwide discusses how its Kofax solution allows it to efficiently process more than 80,000 monthly invoices.
Profile of CEO Reynolds C. Bish includes his insights on leadership, industry trends, new global headquarters and strategic direction for Kofax. – By Sarah Tolkoff