Model.ShowBackToRefferer = false

White Papers

77 Results

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_using-data-for-insights-is-still-critical-kofax-qlik_en

White Paper: Using Data For Insights Is Still Critical for Business Operations

As organizations transcend traditional system boundaries, they must harness the power of their data, analytics and process intelligence capabilities to monitor, analyze and optimize operational buisness processes. Read this white paper from Kofax and Qlik to learn more.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_streamlining-loan-origination-process

Streamlining the Loan Origination Process

Banks must transform their loan origination process into a faster, more compliant and better customer experience. Kofax solutions help banks improve process efficiency by providing scalability, visibility and security, and more accurate insights throughout the customer life cycle.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_kofax-mortage-processing_en

Solving the Problem of Paper in Mortgage Loan Origination

Banks are under tremendous pressure to remain competitive, compliant and efficient in their mortgage processing, even as the industry is fast-evolving. By replacing manual processes with secure and automated workflows, Kofax helps banks transform their mortgage origination process into a faster, more compliant and secure customer experience.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_us-army-corps-of-engineers-best-practices-for-secure-network-printing-scanning-and-faxing

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers best practices for secure network printing, scanning, and faxing

The Kofax AutoStore® platform with Kofax Output Manage™ centrally manages document printing, scanning, and faxing across an organization’s network by connecting to MFDs.The objective of this document is to provide the Army Corps of Engineers with the recommended best practices for secure document printing, scanning, and faxing on networked multifunction devices (MFDs).

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_us-army-best-practices-for-secure-network-printing-scanning-and-faxing

U.S. Army Best Practices for Secure Network Printing, Scanning and Faxing

The Kofax AutoStore® platform with Kofax Output Manager™ centrally manages document printing, scanning, and faxing across an organization’s network by connecting to MFDs.The objective of this document is to provide the U.S. Army, Army National Guard, and Army Corps of Engineers with the recommended best practices for secure document printing, scanning, and faxing on networked multifunction devices (MFDs).

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_hyperautomation-for-federal-agencies_en

Hyperautomation for Federal Agencies

With Kofax’s single-platform, integrated approach to intelligent automation, federal agencies can meet their transformation goals and simultaneously empower their workforce to focus on more meaningful, high-value work.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_essential-tools-to-improve-workflow-management_en

Essential Tools to Improve Workflow Management

This paper serves as an introduction to the powerful tools, such as Power PDF, Kofax has developed to address challenges related to document management workflows.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_taking-advantage-of-trends-in-business-process-management_en

Taking Advantage of Trends in Business Process Management

Every business needs to balance two things: productivity and record-keeping. Kofax advanced digital imaging solutions, such as Kofax OmniPage, PaperPort and Power PDF, address key pain points related to document management, including document scanning/tagging, digital file organization, and accessibility and collaboration.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_how-power-pdf-can-help-your-business_en

How Kofax Power PDF Can Help Your Business

PDFs present information in nearly every industry, and document conversion and manipulation is an essential function for numerous steps of your workflow.

/Learn/White-Papers/wp_preparing-for-the-future-of-work_en

Preparing for the Future of Work with Intelligent Automation: Using Advanced Digital Imaging to Work Like Tomorrow

Businesses often must use document recording, organizing and processing systems that rely too much on manual effort.


Page of 8