KYOCERA UK and Hyland announces official partnership

Hyland, a provider of software for managing content, processes and cases, and KYOCERA Document Solutions (UK) Limited have announced their official partnership, to pursue joint new market opportunities in the UK.

Hyland, a provider of software for managing content, processes and cases, and KYOCERA Document Solutions (UK) Limited have announced their official partnership, to pursue joint new market opportunities in the UK.

Part of the global KYOCERA Corporation, KYOCERA Document Solutions has a large and comprehensive service delivery and support team which, coupled with Hyland's enterprise information management capabilities, is now able to provide comprehensive content services solutions to a wide variety of industries and customers in the UK.

The agreement extends the already established relationship between Hyland and KYOCERA in the United States & Japan, where they have over 600 successful OnBase customers and more than 100 dedicated OnBase support staff. As Hyland's largest global partner, KYOCERA has committed considerable resources to this partnership in the UK, including £1m per annum of investment in people and infrastructure, and this arrangement in the UK is expected to provide a springboard into the rest of Europe.

Bob Dunn, Associate Vice President - APAC and EMEA at Hyland said, "the highly successful collaboration in the US has shown us that KYOCERA Document Solutions is a strong, well-matched partner for us. With the help of our new partner, we look forward to extending the benefits of this relationship to our clients in the UK and identifying additional ways to support organisations in their digital transformation."

Rod Tonna-Barthet, CEO KYOCERA Document Solutions UK added, "businesses are evolving at a rapid rate, and they need a partner that can match them stride for stride. We're delighted to be working alongside Hyland to take these new solutions and technologies to market, and look forward to understanding and delivering on the needs of UK businesses."

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