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InfoFort and Konica Minolta partner for business automation

Partnership will offer document management and business automation services

(l-r):_Abed Shaheen CEO of InfoFort with Kazuo Kobayashi, Managing Director at Konica Minolta.
(l-r):_Abed Shaheen CEO of InfoFort with Kazuo Kobayashi, Managing Director at Konica Minolta.

Information management solution provider InfoFort has signed a partnership agreement with Konica Minolta to offer technical expertise in workflow and document management for customers in the region.

The partnership aims to tap into growing regional demand for business automation.

Konica Minolta will combine its Multi-Functional Office Products with InfoFort's enVision document management technology to create solutions to manage digital content, including storage, access, and sharing information. In addition, users will be able to benefit from advanced capabilities such as automation, workflow, e-forms, scan-to-process, alongside flexible integration provided on cloud or on-premise.

Abed Shaheen, CEO of InfoFort, said: "Seamless integration and flow between hardware and content management technologies has become critical in today's business environment. Our partnership with Konica Minolta addresses this demand and is a step forward in delivering efficient and productive services that will help speed up the digital transformation."

Commenting on the partnership, Kazuo Kobayashi, Managing Director at Konica Minolta, said, "With digital transformation changing every aspect of today's business, our customers are keen to embrace new integrated workflow technologies that will support the bi - directional development between paper and digital.  Furthermore, with the new integrated connector developed by Konica Minolta, the deployment of the software is simply plug and play."

InfoFort began its operations in the UAE in 1997 and today is the leading Information Management Solution provider assisting more than 2,000 organisations in 25 cities in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.