Automate Business Processes
Automating business processes is a key initiative for today’s enterprises. Not only does automation reduce multiple tedious tasks, it also increases accuracy and productivity, and helps boost profitability. Enterprise-level organizations process vast amounts of data each day, and it is here that accuracy and streamlining the processes through automation is most critical. Kyocera DMConnect Pro is a sophisticated capture and distribution business application with forms recognition that intelligently powers document capture, processes, routes, and helps enterprises stay efficient, while strengthening their bottom line.
DMConnect Pro enables organizations to scan documents using 2D Barcode capabilities, eliminating human error associated with the manual entry of data, thus increasing productivity. The OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology and Forms Recognition feature interpret the type of document that was scanned, (invoice, Excel spreadsheet, etc.) and extract only the essential information from the scanned document type. Captured information can be easily dispersed throughout the enterprise, while providing secure access to vital information to enhance workflow productivity. DMConnect Pro can integrate with active directory for added security at the MFP, with the addition of Kyocera’s Card Authentication Kit. Once their ID is swiped through the card reader, the organization’s identification credentials can be used to manage access. In addition, the Excel data lookup feature enables users to search information in a selected database, easily accessing information, such as a customer’s email address. This allows for quick and easy document routing and eliminates the need to manually scroll through an entire database.
As an example, logistics companies are among large enterprises that utilize 2D Barcodes (PDF417 Two Dimensional Symbol 2D Barcode). They employ high-density symbology, enabling the company to encode large amounts of data into the 2D Barcode, which will travel with the package. The barcodes are printed on packing slips at the MFP, which automates delivering and tracking services.