Managing—and mastering--data can be make or break for enterprises as they evolve and scale their operations. If organizations could only tame the volume, velocity and variability of data, they could use data to predict sales, stop customer churn, detect fraud, manage equipment, build products more quickly and find new sources of revenue. Organizations can solve the data dilemma with an intelligent operations approach.
Across many organizations, remote knowledge workers are pressured to focus on mission-critical work that can deliver higher levels of value. There is also a new sense of urgency to meet today’s business challenges, yet lay a foundation for continued success in the long term—and ensure a level of resilience to future business or market disruptions. The question is, where is the capacity to create new digital model efficiency and digital customer engagement channels going to come from given the constraints of today?
With the constant pressure on IT teams and businesses to do more with less, Kofax has introduced support for Docker containers across our Intelligent Automation platform to help customers get more from their cloud of choice. Here are 8 reasons why you should be considering Docker for your next Kofax project.
COVID-19 will have an indelible impact on the future of business. Social distancing and stay at home orders have sparked an unprecedented surge in remote workers, creating an unexpected catalyst for greater digital technology adoption. Kofax recommends a five-pronged approach to adapt your business in these unprecedented times.
Forrester’s Rob Koplowitz to Reveal Findings of the Kofax 2020 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study
More than ever, organizations seek tools to drive process transformation and ensure business continuity during the “New Normal” and beyond. Join Forrester’s Rob Koplowitz for details on the Kofax 2020 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study at the Virtual Intelligent Automation (VIA) Series “Ask the Experts” Webinar.
Right now, we’re all trying to understand the ways our professional and personal lives will be impacted in the short and long-term. While no one can predict how long this will last, we can predict that it will eventually come to an end. Organizations have already begun breaking from their existing business practices. While the immediate priorities for many companies were focused around employee safety, enabling remote collaboration and cost cutting, savvy leaders have now turned their attention to strategies for accelerating growth as we emerge from this crisis.