KYOCERA MITA America Announces Availability of SentryFile Route Connector for KYOcapture Document Capture Workflow Solution
FAIRFIELD, N.J. – June 30, 2009 - Kyocera Mita America, Inc., one of the world's leading document solutions companies, and CutCom, developers of the SentryFile document management solution, announced availability of the connector that allows for seamless scanning and archival of documents via Kyocera KYOcapture and KYOcapture Express-compatible multifunctional products (MFPs) to the SentryFile document management system.
Using Kyocera’s innovative KYOcapture or KYOcapture Express solutions, which now includes integration with SentryFile, organizations can optimize their workflow more efficiently and combine paper and electronic documents into an online filing and document management system. This integration will provide improved document management capabilities for companies that are inundated with paper documents, or want to improve archiving and retrieval processes by transforming hard copy documents into searchable and indexed electronic files, improving document distribution and sharing within the enterprise.
“As the importance of integrated document management solutions continues to grow, Kyocera remains dedicated to working with best-in-class partners - like CutCom - to offer the ability to capture and share their critical documents across the organization with the utmost levels of efficiency and productivity,” said Akisa Matsuda, director of software solutions at Kyocera Mita America. “We are excited to help deliver new business technologies that address the changing needs of our customers and that reflect our commitment to delivering expanded and customized solutions.”
KYOcapture is a document capture workflow solution that enables select Kyocera MFPs to seamlessly capture, process and route paper or electronic-based documents. Once the hardcopy document is captured at the Kyocera device, it is processed (e.g. OCR, Barcode recognition) and is then routed to the SentryFile document management system using the SentryFile connector. The SentryFile system has a robust set of tools that today's digital office demands, all in a single, web-based package. Business can quickly create a complete digital library of their most important business documents, for simple archival, search and retrieval.
“We look forward to providing Kyocera’s channel new opportunities to offer integrated solutions to their customers, especially in the traditionally time-consuming area of hard copy and digital file management,” said Chris Sinkinson, president of CutCom Software, developers of SentryFile. “As businesses seek to optimize their document management capabilities with cost-effective solutions, CutCom Software is proud to be a strong partner to Kyocera and help underscore their dedication to providing easy-to-use, reliable and powerful technologies that enhance overall productivity.”
For more information on Kyocera’s complete line of document imaging products, please visit www.kyoceramita.com/us.
For more information on CutCom’s SentryFile document management solutions, please visit www.sentryfile.com.
ABOUT KYOCERA MITA AMERICA
Kyocera Mita America, Inc. (www.kyoceramita.com/us), headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., is a leading provider of computer-connectable document imaging and document management systems, including network-ready digital MFPs/printers, laser printers, color MFPs/printers, digital laser facsimiles, and multifunctional and wide format imaging solutions. Kyocera Mita America is a group company of Kyocera Mita Corporation. Kyocera Mita Corporation is a core company of the Kyocera Corporation, the world's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced ceramics and associated products, including telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages and electronic components. Kyocera Mita America, the first document solutions company with third-party certified sales data, has earned numerous honors for its products’ high performance, reliability and cost efficiency. Kyocera Corporation's consolidated net revenues exceeded $11 billion for the fiscal year ending on March 31, 2009.