Aragon identifies Kofax as “an ideal choice for WCA initiatives, in part due to complex workflows associated with mission-critical document processes.”
In its new report, AIIM takes a deep dive into creating, capturing and sharing information—and how this capability should be integrated into an overall information management strategy.
The latest generation of document process automation systems are optimized for complex activities, proving to be an excellent fit for end-to-end processes like purchase-to-pay, order-to-cash and record-to-report. Download this report to learn latest trends in automation solutions for financial processes.
In this report, AIIM takes an in-depth look at paper in the office, impediments to removing it, digital mailrooms and multi-channel capture, and the increasing exploitation of mobile and cloud, plus progress towards paper-free processes and the issues, benefits and ROI.
Organizations must automate wherever and whenever they can, particularly during today's global challenges of increasing information chaos and escalating customer demands for service. Therefore, it's not surprising that process automation efforts are most commonly undertaken to reduce costs associated with a particular process and to reduce the time it takes to complete a process.
Today customers are sophisticated and connected. They expect processes to be easy, intuitive and fast. Your ability to engage with them, responsively, on their on their terms, is critical. We can help you make them fast, simple and accurate, providing a better experience for your customers.
Zions Bank uses Kofax to automate processing of signature cards and hundreds of thousands of other documents. The bank achieved ROI within 18 months, cut document access time from weeks to minutes, improved accuracy, security and compliance and expects to save more than $700,000 over five years.
Kofax is enabling TD Bank to capture and transform incoming electronic XML documents to feed their business processes, and to equip their mobile sales force so they can scan and capture mortgage loan documents at their customers' homes.
Loma Linda University uses Kofax solutions in their risk management, HR, legal and AP departments to automate their processes. Learn how they achieved 150 to 400 percent in quantitative ROI and a $265,000 productivity gain in a single department.
Kofax helped the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) transform its records management department from a basic archival function to a strategic support organization, reducing the time needed to deliver documents in the mortgage process from 3 days to 4 hours.