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More and more companies are moving towards an automated future. At the same time, many independent industries are experiencing the need for support in implementing digital and automated tools to meet growing requirements and new regulations. Software company Kofax has many years of experience helping customers with the digitization and automation that create the competitive organizations of the future.

With the help of the so-called end-to-end solution, which is the intelligent automation system, Kofax provides its customers with support throughout the flow. From capturing data and converting it to digital format to get analysis and result. The system is flexible and can be adapted to existing systems.

Our intelligent automation platform digitizes information-intensive manual workflows and can be integrated into automation parts and existing business systems. This means an opportunity for companies to become more cost-effective and have better control over, for example, regulatory compliance and compliance issues. We tailor our delivery based on customer needs and what operations look like, says Pernilla Rissanen, Vice President, Nordic Sales.

Work Like Tomorrow™ – Today

Kofax’s offering is based on the “Business Like Tomorrow” philosophy – today, which in practice means a continuous pursuit of the goal of helping develop the organizations of the future and achieve greater growth and profitability.

Digitization and automation are a challenge for companies and many are asking themselves how to get started and what to focus on. It is important to involve the people in the organization to find the critical business processes where they produce the best results. Today, it’s all about intelligent collaboration between people and digital tools for automation in the right place. When you sit down, you can work like tomorrow and today already, says Pernilla Rissanen.

As companies and organizations collect more and more data, the need for new rules and regulations on privacy issues grows, and the European Commission has released a proposal to regulate harmonized rules for artificial intelligence, the Artificial Intelligence Act. Regardless of AI law or not, Kofax sees here as an opportunity to help organizations, businesses, and employees with smart automation solutions.

Our software ensures that errors in the system are minimized. This is done by, among other things, automating document workflows and implementing consistent business rules and data protection policies, says Pernilla Rissanen.

Automation is still only in the starting blocks

Many companies have many types of systems and many different flows, which can sometimes lead to inefficiency and employee frustration.

True digital transformation is about working smarter across the organization, from the front office to the back office. It is about creating conditions for employees to focus on qualitative and strategic tasks, which improves the efficiency and profitability of the company. In conclusion, Pernilla Rissanen says that digitalization helps people flow, generates a positive outcome, which ultimately also leads to a more enjoyable workplace.

Read more about workflow companies automating businesses today and why in the Kofax 2022 Intelligent Automation Benchmark Study

Facts about Kofax

Kofax enables organizations to operate as tomorrow is today. By combining Kofax’s cognitive data capture, RPA technology, processor estimation, analytics and mobile solutions, it results in faster customer management and increased competitiveness, growth and profitability.

– 1900 employees in 31 different countries

-> 25,000 customers worldwide and +850 partners

– 8 of the 10 largest global banks use Kofax solutions, the same is true for 7 of the 10 largest insurance companies and 3 of the 5 largest logistics companies.

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