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Toshiba Partners with Docufree Corporation

Toshiba America Business Solutions has recently announcd its partnership with Atlanta-based Docufree Corporation.

Docufree Corporation is a recognized leader in enterprise information management and business process services. The alliance provides Toshiba’s direct and independent resellers, and clients across the United States with Docufree’s document and data capture services.

Toshiba-2“As a strategic alliance partner, Docufree now offers Toshiba customers a fully managed, high-volume scan and capture service that helps our clients’ digital transformation efforts,” said Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Marketing Executive Bill Melo. “This partnership provides customers a simple and affordable way to convert legacy paper documents into digital formats, and help pave the way toward all-digital document management and workflow.”

With this partnership, Toshiba and Docufree deliver a repeatable conversion service that scans and indexes large volumes of paper documentation into a digital format. Docufree integrates with leading document management systems so that data may easily integrate within existing workflows.

“Organizations continue to become more and more document-centric and the sheer volume of data from new and legacy sources continues to grow,” said Docufree Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer David Winkler. “In today’s dynamic workplace, a document is a lot more than just printed information. It’s a digital asset supplying vital data to workflows and systems within and outside the enterprise. Together with Toshiba, we’re removing the complexity from document capture and data conversion by simplifying the process while helping organizations achieve their digital transformation objectives.”

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