|Kodak and LeapFILE Virtual File System Help Businesses Integrate Captured Documents into the Cloud for Sharing and Collaboration|
|Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:00|
Kodak and LeapFILE announced an agreement that will enable Kodak users to scan their documents directly into Oxygen, LeapFILE’s virtual file system for instant sharing and collaboration.
Oxygen creates a folder on a user’s desktop that can be used as the scan-to destination, where they can invite others to easily share all scanned documents. Shared users have direct access to scanned files from their own desktop file system, without having to search through email or log into online portals and repositories. Since Oxygen is a platform that aggregates and connects to information from many data sources, users can scan directly into applications like MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT and FTP.
“The new relationship with LeapFILE simplifies how Kodak helps solve our customers’ information management challenges,” said Brian Bagan, Director, Business Development, United States and Canada, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Business Solutions and Services Group. “Oxygen completes a user’s workflow from turning paper documents digital, and then to share, manage, collaborate and distribute the captured documents through the platform with other users and into other systems.”
Kodak works with more than 100 Independent Software Vendors (ISV) to create effective information management solutions for their customers across a variety of industries.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging, data storage and retail industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.