New Konica Minolta Managed Content Services for Capturing, Sharing, and Retrieving Hardcopy-to-Digital Documents

mcsKonica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. today launched its new global Managed Content Services (MCS) program, which it says is designed to enhance the efficiency of customers’ digital workflows.

Under its Medium-Term Business Plan, “Transform 2016,” one of Konica Minolta’s major management policies is to expand business by iproviding services and solutions. It says its MCS capabilities will grow business-content management by combining its MPFs with software to create complete information input-and-output devices.

The firm says the new MCS offering will enable users to:

  • Capture, reformat, and retrieve documents.
  • Scan, save, and share documents electronically, reducing paper and energy costs.
  • Organize and categorize document workflow so that all employees stay “in the loop” from anywhere at any time.
  • Safeguard sensitive information and respond to changing compliance demands.

Konica Minolta has been offering consulting and implementation of infrastructure and managed services for more than 10 years through its Managed Print Services, called OPS. Nearly 6,000 customers worldwide have their processes optimized with Konica Minolta’s OPS program. With the addition of Managed Content Services, Konica Minolta says it’s completing its portfolio by integrating information management with technology and MCS solutions to give customers unified business processes.

Konica Minolta MCS portfolio will be optimized for use around the world as well as for local customers.

“Managing and utilizing business content is of paramount concern for all companies, regardless of industry,” commented Sam Errigo, senior vice president of Business Intelligence Services for Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A.“Operational concerns can range from getting the right documents to the right people at the right time, to record-keeping and backup file maintenance. As the amount of company paperwork and email expands, and security compliance requirements increase, Konica Minolta’s first MCS program will allow companies to address all of these challenges by streamlining and optimizing business processes around their content.”

“Earning the bEST Partner Certification for AutoStore 6.0 further solidifies our strong partnership with Konica Minolta and enables users to easily leverage AutoStore’s secure document-capture capabilities for improved information sharing and responsiveness across their organization,” said Mike Morper, vice president of marketing at NSi. “Working together, NSi and Konica Minolta make it easier for businesses to remove the delays associated with critical business processes and use real-time information to gain a competitive advantage.”

“Earning the bEST Partner Certification for AutoStore 6.0 further solidifies our strong partnership with Konica Minolta and enables users to easily leverage AutoStore’s secure document capture capabilities for improved information sharing and responsiveness across their organization,” continued Morper. “Working together, NSi and Konica Minolta make it easier for businesses to remove the delays associated with critical business processes and use real-time information to gain a competitive advantage.”

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