Kyocera Mita Continues Dedication to Enterprise Document Management with DocuLex Collaboration
Kyocera Mita and DocuLex, Inc. offer dealers and end-users easy and safe transfer of must-keep paper documents into electronic files for expanded use and reduced storageFairfield, New Jersey and Winter Haven, Florida, January 30, 2003 Kyocera Mita, one of the world's leading document imaging companies, and DocuLex, Inc., a manufacturer of productive image capture and indexing software, today announced that they have entered into a strategic marketing agreement that allows Kyocera Mita dealers across the United States to offer DocuLexs PDF.Capture and Search software to customers in the legal, financial, healthcare and education industries.
The Kyocera Mita - DocuLex PDF.Capture system provides an all-in-one document management center, with extensive capabilities including copying, printing, high-speed document scanning, content indexing and fully searchable PDF electronic file conversion. DocuLexs PDF.Capture converts hard-copy documents and creates fully searchable, electronic files for easy storage, simpler retrieval, more accessible office use and delivery to clients. DocuLex Search provides a back-end for PDF.Capture, enabling search, retrieval, viewing and printing of electronic documents.
The DocuLex PDF.Capture software is a great companion to our document imaging systems and provides many document-overloaded industries the flexibility and ability to condense older hard-copy files and convert them to electronic files, said Michael Pietrunti, vice president, marketing for Kyocera Mita. This collaboration not only provides a cost savings for organizations that are using valuable office space for storage, it also provides the end-user with easy setup and formatting of critical documents for their firm or office.
Kyocera Mita provides the perfect partner for DocuLex, said David Bailey, vice president of sales and technical development of DocuLex. The brands multi-functional products (MFPs) provide flawless integration with DocuLexs PDF.Capture & Search software, and Kyocera Mitas capability/cost ratio is superior in the industry. Branches and resellers enjoy increased sales opportunities with our combined brands complete document imaging and management solution, and increased revenue when offering the hardware/software components in tandem.
Kyocera Mita and DocuLex are organizing user seminars in major markets across the country to demonstrate the end-user benefit from converting hard-copy documents to electronic files. Scheduled for Spring 2003, seminars will take place in New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, Tampa, FL and Baltimore, MD.
DocuLex PDF.Capture Product Information and Pricing:
DocuLex PDF.Capture operates from a desktop PC, connected to a Kyocera Mita document imaging system (MFPs). PDF.Capture is suited for use in a variety of business office applications with its ease-of-use operation, compatibility with most prominent document scanners and information management systems with the safe, secure PDF formatting and cost-effective, one-price options.
DocuLex Search also operates from desktop PCs providing rapid electronic document search, retrieval, viewing and printing capability.
PDF.Capture & Search also includes timely assistance by DocuLex's Technical Support Team, accessible by telephone and email, quickly and accurately responsive to user questions as they arise.
DocuLex PDF Capture is available and is priced at $6,995 (MSRP) for one station. A scaled Lite version is also available, priced at $2495 (MSRP) per station. DocuLex Search is available in Desktop, Network and Web versions, with pricing starting at $799 (MSRP).
ABOUT KYOCERA MITA
Kyocera Mita is one of the worlds largest manufacturers and leading providers of computer-connectable peripherals, including network-ready digital copiers/printers, laser printers, color copiers/printers, digital laser facsimiles, multi-functional and wide format imaging solutions. Kyocera Mita is part of Kyocera Corporation, the worlds leading developer and manufacturer of advanced ceramics and associated products, including telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages and electronic components. Kyocera Corporations consolidated net revenues totaled $9.0 billion during the year ended March 31, 2002. Kyocera Mitas headquarters for the Americas are in Fairfield, New Jersey.
For more information, visit www.kyoceramita.com.
DocuLex manufacturers productive image capture and indexing software to be used with standalone scanners and digital copiers, organizing and converting paper into searchable electronic files. These files may be located and retrieved from your computer or over the web, via DocuLex Search software or other leading content management products. DocuLex also produces software products for image viewing and electronic discovery. Plus, production OCR, printing, image endorsing and bates numbering.