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KMWorld recognises Kodak Alaris in knowledge management

KMWorld recognises Kodak Alaris in knowledge management

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KMWorld, a premier resource for the knowledge, content, document and information management industries, has recognised Kodak Alaris on its list of ‘100 Companies that Matter Most in Knowledge Management’ in 2021.

In selecting organisations for the list, KMWorld looks for companies that are innovative in advancing their products and capabilities to meet changing customer requirements—whether they are using the newest technologies available or continuing with proven, tried-and-true approaches.

The annual list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management reflects the urgency felt among many organisations to provide workers with a timely flow of targeted information.

“Flexibility, agility, and the ability to pivot are attributes that have become critical to forward-thinking companies—and that is particularly the case now. Successful organisations don’t want to merely survive; they want to dominate their market sectors. But to do that, they need the right tools and products,” said Tom Hogan, Group Publisher, KMWorld. “Amidst the dramatic changes taking place today, innovative organizations are seeking new approaches to improve their processes. The 2021 KMWorld 100 is a list of leading-edge knowledge management companies that are helping their customers to expand access to information, leverage new opportunities, and accelerate growth.”

“This recognition by KMWorld reinforces our commitment to developing innovative software and services that transform data into a powerful competitive advantage,” said Sue Rodeman, Director, Global Marketing, Alaris division of Kodak Alaris. “Cloud-based document capture solutions like the INfuse Smart Connected Scanning Solution from Kodak Alaris can be easily integrated with existing workflows to help organisations automate and streamline business processes for improved efficiency.”

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