KYOCERA Broadens Partnership With Nuance
Monday, February 1, 2016
KYOCERA Document Solutions America has expanded its partnership with Nuance Communications with the availability of Nuance's AutoStore 7.0 on Kyocera's HyPAS-enabled MFPs. The AutoStore application adds to a range of customizable business solutions available on Kyocera MFPs, including a selection of document capture and distribution applications.
"AutoStore is perfect for existing platforms and enterprise environments that require complex document capture, process and route workflows," said Danielle Wolowitz, vice president of the Corporate Marketing Group, KYOCERA Document Solutions America. "By combining Kyocera's advanced document imaging technology with the strength of Nuance's software, we are able to provide enhanced support of our customers and their individual business needs."
AutoStore does more than just capture information — it processes and converts data into a variety of formats, such as searchable PDFs and Microsoft Office files. Information from one document type is automatically modified to match the specifications of a different file format, simplifying the workflow process. AutoStore will then route the document to virtually any destination: fax, email, network folders, cloud storage and PCs, as well as many leading document and enterprise management systems.
The solution is particularly well suited for process-intensive organizations, manufacturing and distribution firms, financial services as well as health-care organizations.
Michael Rich, executive vice president and general manager of Nuance Document Imaging, sees a natural partnership between the two companies.
"Just like Kyocera, our goal is to help organizations of all sizes manage their documents — and the information within them — productively, securely and profitably," Rich said. "With the release of version 7.0, AutoStore has further improved its ability to safeguard confidential information, updated its document management system routing components, and unified processing of paper and electronic forms."