Kodak Alaris helps unlock value in information
Company to showcase AI scanners
Kodak Alaris will showcase a range of artificial intelligence software and scanners used by businesses and government agencies to manage and process information more efficiently. This will include ibml, cloud and browser-based software capture and a number of recent innovations such as the new i4000 Series Scanners, designed to process documents faster than ever before.
“We introduced KnowledgeShare at GITEX 2014 and it continues to be at the heart of discussion with our customers, fuelled by further success at the likes of CeBit in Germany and Documation in France. We are excited to share again more this year around that as we believe this is the perfect answer for our clients to be more competitive,” said David Whitton, regional sales director, MEA, Kodak Alaris. “We have invested considerably in the Gulf region, opening dedicated service centres in Dubai, Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam and Khamis Mushait, providing fast local support for organisations using both Kodak and third party scanners. We have plans to expand further in the MENA region, continuing to help make our customers more competitive through our innovative solutions.”
The new i4000 Series is designed for busy office environments, service bureaus, business process outsourcers (BPOs), corporate and government mailrooms that demand superior image quality, speed and reliability. The recently enhanced Kodak i4250 and i4650 Scanners and the new i4850 Scanner are built on the i4000 platform and are now equipped with features that help scanning professionals process documents more efficiently than before. All models scan in duplex, colour and black & white, resolutions up to 600 dpi, and paper sizes up to A3.
The company recently announced that its desktop, workgroup and departmental scanners can now be upgraded to support Windows 10. Customers can perform the free download by visiting the Kodak Alaris site. Kodak Alaris also just released its new Kodak Capture Pro Software v5.1 with point and click OCR that helps eliminate costly errors from manual entry.