Kofax Software Empowers Organizations to Work Like Tomorrow
Digitally Transform Your Information-Intensive Workflows
Our Intelligent Automation Platform helps organizations transform information-intensive business processes, reduce manual work and errors, minimize costs and improve customer engagement. We combine RPA, cognitive capture, process orchestration, mobility, engagement and analytics to ease implementations and deliver dramatic results. We can help you mitigate compliance risk and increase competitiveness, growth and profitability.
Kofax provides a rapid return on investment for over 25,000 customers in financial services, insurance, government, healthcare, supply chain, business process outsourcing and other markets. We deliver our software and solutions through direct sales, services organization and more than 650 indirect channel partners and integrators in more than 60 countries throughout the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific.
Kofax by the Numbers
Employees in 31 Countries
8/10 Top Global Banks
7/10 Top Global Insurers
3/5 Largest Logistics Companies
Serving More Than 25,000 Companies and Agencies Worldwide
Business Process Outsourcing
Chief Executive Officer
Reynolds was named CEO of Kofax in 2007. In addition to creating a new vision for the company, he has driven substantial strategic change throughout the business leading to significant growth in revenues, operating income, and shareholder value creation. Prior to Kofax, he co-founded and was CEO of Captiva Software Corporation, a leading provider of input management software and services, and a NASDAQ listed company that was acquired by EMC Corporation in December 2005. Reynolds was previously CEO of Unibase Systems, Inc., a private company that revolutionized the data entry market by providing software and systems on industry standard, open platforms. He was also a co-founder and CFO of Covalent Systems Corporation, a venture capital-funded private company that was a leading provider of data collection and production management systems for commercial and in-plant print shops. He also served as CFO of Fafco, Inc., a NASDAQ listed company that was a leading provider of solar heat exchangers, and was a CPA with Price Waterhouse. He is a recognized industry spokesperson, honored as an Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young in 2003, and named a Director of the Year by the Corporate Directors Forum in 2008. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Pennsylvania State University.
Chief Revenue Officer
Tim Battis is Executive Vice President of Global Sales at Kofax and is responsible for all sales functions on a global basis. He most recently served as Executive Vice President of Global Sales at Ceridian, a leading human capital management software company, driving its transition to cloud-based product offerings. Prior to Ceridian, Tim was National Director of Integrated Sales at IKON Office Solutions, then the world’s largest independent dealer for document management systems. He also served as General Manager at Visual Technology, overseeing operations. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from St. Cloud State University.
Chief Customer Officer
Kevin McKay drives customer success through Kofax’s professional, maintenance and cloud services, and maintenance and recurring license renewal functions. His focus is optimizing performance in these areas while endeavoring to ensure that customers – both end users and partners – realize their return on investment and related expectations, and more rapidly expand their use of Kofax’s software, solutions and services. Kevin previously served as Senior Vice President of Customer Success at FinancialForce, a leading SaaS provider of accounting, professional services automation, billing and revenue recognition software. As Vice President, Operations at Viewpoint Construction Software, he was responsible for all post sale client facing operations. Kevin also held a number of executive roles at Tripwire, culminating in his position as Vice President of Operations. He studied biology at George Mason University.
Chief Growth Officer
In his role as Chief Growth Officer, Chris Huff develops and drives the company’s strategic initiatives to become the premier provider of Cognitive Automation, ensuring better alignment and execution across all functional areas. A thought-leader and recognized expert in the field, Chris was most recently with Deloitte Consulting’s U.S. Public Sector Robotics and Cognitive Automation practice which he led during RPA’s emergence. He previously spent two decades in senior financial management roles at several federal government agencies. Chris earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Columbia College and holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Webster University.
Chief Financial Officer
Cort Townsend was appointed CFO of Kofax in March 2016 and is responsible for accounting, finance, tax, treasury, audit, order management, and IT. Since joining Kofax in 2010, Cort has held several senior finance roles, having served most recently as the company’s Chief Accounting Officer and Corporate Controller. Before joining Kofax, Cort worked at Deloitte in the audit practice spending most of his time on software and technology clients with a wide range of small, private companies to large publicly traded companies. Cort holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting with a Minor in Asian Studies from University of Utah.
Chief People Officer
Lynne Scheid is Senior Vice President of Human Resources. She has been with Kofax since 1989. Before joining Kofax, she worked in Human Resources for Century Data Systems (a Xerox company) and Charleston Associates (eventually acquired by Anacomp). Lynne is responsible for all human resources functions. She studied Business Administration at California State University, Fullerton, and holds a certificate in Human Resources Management from University of California, Irvine.
General Counsel & Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs
Greg Mermis is General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs. Greg joined Kofax through the company’s acquisition by Lexmark where he had served as general counsel for the Enterprise Software business since 2012, after serving as the company’s outside counsel for many years as a shareholder in the Kansas City, Mo., office of Polsinelli PC. Greg has extensive experience in software licensing and software as a service, for both software licensors and licensees, as well as related areas such as agreements for support and maintenance, managed services and hosted services. He has represented large and small businesses in a wide variety of transactions, including corporate acquisitions, sales, financing and private equity investments, as well as investor and shareholder agreements, employment agreements, non-competition and confidentiality agreements and vendor and customer contracts. Greg also practiced accounting with a national accounting firm and was licensed as a Certified Public Accountant. Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Kansas State University and a Juris Doctorate from University of Kansas School of Law.
Executive Vice President of Research & Development
Brad Hamilton is the Executive Vice President of Research & Development and oversees engineering, product management, QA and related functions. He leads a globally diverse staff that collaborates across multiple sites and time zones via a unified development process known as Disciplined Agile Delivery. Previous to this role, he held numerous other positions in management, engineering and product management at Kofax. Prior to joining Kofax, Brad held management and technical positions at Pick Systems, a producer of databases and application development environments. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of California, Irvine, with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.
Executive Vice President of Corporate Development
Chris leads Kofax’s inorganic growth through mergers and acquisitions in conjunction with Kofax private equity owners, TA Associates and Clearlake Capital. Prior to joining the company, he led strategy and M&A at Gigamon, the leader in network security and observability. Chris spent six years at OpenText where he nearly tripled the size of the company’s Business Network Cloud and later led cybersecurity M&A. Among other positions driving organic and inorganic efforts for software and cloud services companies, Chris also cofounded Vector Airport Solutions, an industry-first solar powered, wireless solution that generates revenue for airports around the world. Chris graduated from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics. He later earned a Master’s in Business Administration from George Mason University.