Kodak -- yes, the camera and film company -- took home the 2008 ECM Connection ACE Award at AIIM On Demand in this year's go around for their work helping customers achieve impressive levels of productivity and time management with their selection of production capture scanners and solutions. The annual ACE Awards recognize vendors who take an active role in promoting education and adoption of enterprise content management technologies for specific markets based on product appeal, overall content and education. Kodak was praised for their innovative, customer oriented approach to high volume scanning.
“Kodak has demonstrated an ability to examine customer challenges and provide solutions and products that go beyond pushing boxes,” said Michael Vereb, Senior Account Manager at ECM Connection. “With KODAK Scanners and Solutions, users receive an edge in speed and automation for cutting through document clutter and getting to their core business processes.”
Kodak showcased its acclaimed line of high volume production scanners at AIIM On Demand. Among the products on display were the newly enhanced KODAK i1800 Series Scanners with increased compatibility with new operating systems and common file formats, and the KODAK s1740 Capture System that allows businesses to quickly sort through documents, checks and forms without excessive manual pre and post sorting processes. The KODAK i780 Scanner's combination of high speed and quality make it an ideal document capture solution for businesses of any size.
“This ACE Award validates Kodak’s commitment to making high volume document processing more efficient for organizations such as service bureaus, insurance and financial companies,” said Rod Hughes, Director of Marketing, US&C, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “Through integrating first class service and high performance technology, KODAK Production Scanners provide users and their businesses maximum productivity for solving document management challenges.”
“Our businesses standardized on KODAK Production Scanners at all facilities because of the scanners’ reliability, accuracy and high quality results,” said Bob Zagami, General Manager of DataBank IMX’s New England Region. Databank is a national full service provider of imaging and information services and has 10 regional production facilities in the U.S. “DataBank prides itself in delivering outstanding customer service to our clients in our secure SAS 70 and PCI certified facilities. Kodak’s production scanner platforms are endemic to delivering this performance.”
Kodak’s Document Imaging group also received finalist honors from the ACE Awards for its distributed scanning products, such as the KODAK Scan Station 100 Network Scanner and the KODAK i1220 Scanner.
Kodak, founded in 1888, was the first company to produce cameras suitable for non professionals. They now help consumers, businesses, and creative professionals integrate the power of pictures and printing into their lives. Visit Kodak to learn more.