Kodak Alaris to unlock power of data at GITEX
Company will focus on intelligent information management solutions
Kodak Alaris will bring its intelligent information management solutions to GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, showing customers how they can gain more from their data, and get the right information to the right people at the right time.
The company will focus on its Kodak Alaris KnowledgeShare, a framework of hardware and software solutions to enable customers to automatically capture and consolidate corporate data from digital and paper sources, understand and then gain invaluable knowledge from it.
“Information Management is evolving fast. Paper is still an issue but it’s declining overall as an increasing amount of content is created electronically using a raft of devices,” said David Whitton, Kodak Alaris’ Regional Sales Director. “And the ability for organisations to manage this complex information flow, link it into business processes and then make decisions and respond is becoming ever more crucial. At GITEX this year, we’ll be showing visitors how we address this through our KnowledgeShare initiative.”
KnowledgeShare works across a wide variety of vertical sectors from finance and healthcare to BPO and government.
The Kodak Alaris stand is designed to reflect this with a central knowledge hub with four zones for Finance, Healthcare, BPO and Government.
Kodak Alaris’ products include scanners, and capture and information management software, complimented by a range of professional services, and industry leading service and global support.
At GITEX this year, a variety of new products will be announced and shown for the first time including IBML ImageTrac 6000 scanners for integrated BPO; a dedicated desktop scanner, the Kodak ScanMate i1180; and next generation Kodak Capture Pro imaging software.