Pitney Bowes is partnering with Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business, securing Premiere Partner status in the Alaris Partner Programme.
The collaboration, which covers the UK market, will combine Alaris’ portfolio of document scanners, capture software and service, with Pitney Bowes’ existing range of physical and digital technologies, which help organisations automate business processes and accelerate digital transformation initiatives.
Owen Balloch, Alaris Marketing Manager said, “successful digital transformation requires an integrated approach to information management. The journey starts with information capture - however the scale and complexity of data today requires a holistic solution, to help organisations not only capture, but to process, store and share all of this information. As a Premiere Partner, Pitney Bowes will play a vital role in the IN2 Ecosystem through their ability to connect, configure and create new solutions that meet customer needs.”
The new partnership will aim to help customers to improve their document management and archive processes, capture and digitise physical information securely and efficiently, enabling them to leverage key information to drive business efficiency, growth and profitability.
The Alaris IN2 Ecosystem helps organisations extract information from documents to increase productivity, enhance customer experiences and ultimately drive revenue growth.
Ryan Higginson, VP SMB Solutions at Pitney Bowes added, “our clients are at different stages of their digital transformation journeys, but they’re all facing the same challenge of digitising documents in a secure, accessible way. The partnership with Alaris extends our portfolio and widens choice for clients, helping them accelerate their digital transformation programmes.”
“This collaboration is a perfect example of our ‘client first’ approach - we listened to what our clients needed for their organisations and sought a partnership which would help us deliver exactly that.”