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Kodak Alaris announces partnership extension with UAE’s NVSSoft

Duo will collaborate on document management solutions for healthcare, government

Kodak Alaris announces partnership extension with UAE’s NVSSoft
Birch: [Our solutions cover] applications such as digital medical records, CRM and eForms.

Document management specialist Kodak Alaris today announced it will extend its existing partnership with UAE-based solutions provider NVSSoft.

Following the finalisation of talks conducted at this year's GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, the pair will collaborate on offerings that cover information management, capture and document solutions, primarily for the healthcare and government sectors.

The collaboration between Kodak Alaris and NVSSoft dates back a decade. Solutions will combine NVSSoft's software with Kodak Alaris' capture technology, including the network-ready Kodak ScanStation 700 Series. 

"The combination of Kodak Alaris technologies and NVSSoft software provides our customers with comprehensive market-driven solutions, covering applications such as digital medical records, CRM and eForms," said Martin Birch, EAMER managing director, Document Imaging, Kodak Alaris. "They improve and streamline business processes, maximise efficiency and improve performance."

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