Kodak Alaris and PC Quest comes together to organize the Digital Leaders Forum in New Delhi on November 20th 2015. The main objective of the colloquium will be to highlight the growing importance of implementing digitization and Information Management systems within organizations.
The seminar to conduct panel discussions, live demos, case study presentations and will offer strategic insights by experts on digital transformation. At the forum, Kodak Alaris will launch its premium range of i4000 Series production scanners that are built and equipped with features that help scanning professional’s process documents more efficiently than ever.
“Digitization is slowly but surely transforming the way global organizations will function in the coming years”, said Vivek Naidu, Vice President – Information Management at Kodak Alaris India. “With the digital India movement gaining momentum and users turning online, we will see vast amounts of data being created, requiring sophisticated information management systems to manage them efficiently. Kodak Alaris is committed to ensuring customers continuously improve their Information Management processes to achieve better business outcomes . Our new scanning solutions portfolio is equipped to offer good performance and maintain the solid features that our customers have always relied on, adding greater dexterity, to help organizations speed up business transactions,” added Vivek.
The digital leader’s forum will also seek to discuss and understand the various problems and challenges CIOs face driving the adoption of digital workflows and how companies can derive greater value from information.
The scanners are a perfect fit for large conglomerates with shared service centers, production departments and service bureaus given its quality, productivity, and durability. The production scanners will be targeted at the high-end market comprising large corporations, who are looking to transform and streamline business processes as well as the way their shared service centers function.
The forum is known to congregate key government officials, and CIOs of leading Indian enterprises to discuss and deliberate how to capture and leverage information in an enterprise.