Alloys adds Kofax to its arsenal
- 21 November, 2012 11:58
Australian document imaging solutions distributor, Alloys, has signed an agreement to distribute Kofax Express and VirtualReScan (VRS) to value added resellers (VARs) and system integrators in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Kofax is a vendor of capture enabled business process management (BPM) solutions.
According to a statement, Alloys will leverage Kofax Express, an all in one, scan-to-archive software package for imaging applications, and Kofax’s patented image enhancement software VRS, to capture and deliver documents into its Document Imaging Solutions focused on serving the SMB market.
“For Alloys, signing the distribution deal with Kofax is a strategically significant step towards the continued expansion of its product and solution portfolio,” Alloys CEO, Paul Harman, said.
“Apart from opening the door to additional document capture solution providers, it will uncover highly interesting and profitable new business directions and sales opportunities for existing Alloys sales partners, which will continue to drive the strong growth currently underway in this segment.”
Alloys said that the partnership presents various business opportunities for its partners in the EDM/ECM space as well as traditional technology resellers as small and medium businesses (SMBs) consider moving to automated document capture and management.
The distributor promises to provide its channel with “every conceivable manner of support” through its partner program. This includes lead generation program, technical and sales training, demonstration facilities, evaluation products, and direct access to Alloys professional services team.
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