“Most Important Document” for Enterprise
Documents and Data Are Central To Nearly Every Business Process.
For national and multinational organizations, the direct costs (systems, software, consumables) and indirect costs (time, productivity, security) represent a significant part of overall operating costs – and often an underappreciated one.
Kyocera helps enterprise-scale companies across industries manage the document-driven and data-driven process of their businesses more efficiently and cost-effectively. We provide comprehensive BPO and Document Architecture solutions that in most cases both improve productivity and lower expenses.
Business Process Optimization
- Streamline the document-driven and data-driven process required to run your organization
- Enterprise Content Management
- Managed IT Services
- Mobile & Cloud Solutions
- Document & Data Security; Encryption
High-Performance, Cost-Effective Document Architecture
- Advanced multifunction systems that are scalable and customizable
- Simplified scanning and routing solutions
- Integrate with many of the most popular DMS packages
- Mobile-print-ready, WiFi-enabled
Kyocera Enterprise Case Study
A financial services firm had been printing, editing and storing hard copies of its clients’ paperwork, resulting in lost files.
Install a TASKalfa MFP equipped with DMS Link, a KYOCERA app that connects MFPs to existing document management systems.
The firm’s dealer proposed a one-step solution: Install a color KYOCERA Multifunctional Product (MFP) equipped with DMS Link. A KYOCERA TASKalfa color MFP would handle all of the employees’ needs, and DMS Link, a Kyocera developed business application, would securely link the KYOCERA device to the firm’s shared file server.
Plus, DMS Link offers optical character recognition (OCR) powered by OmniPage, enabling users to scan hard copies into editable PDF, Word or Excel files for easy updating.
The dealer recommended and demonstrated DMS Link’s barcode capabilities—specifically, DMS Link’s ability to split and retrieve data from a barcode. This technology enables users to batch-scan unrelated documents at the same time.
In this case when scanning, DMS Link would read the various barcodes and send the corresponding scans and meta data to the appropriate client folders.
All of the firm’s documents are now stored electronically, allowing users to process paperwork in batches so they spend less time at the MFP and more time with clients.