Kyocera Document Solutions Europe has launched Kyocera Workflow Manager, an entry-level document management software product that streamlines business-critical document processes for enterprises.
Kyocera Workflow Manager is designed to address the needs of small enterprises for document management solutions that can be simply and rapidly integrated into the workplace.
It minimises the need for complex customisation by providing four pre-configured modules that are tailor-made for the requirements of individual departments: Contract Management, HR Management, Sales and Distribution and Procurement.
The four modules can be used either together or independently and provide a suite of pre-packaged functions that enable fast and easy document access, process automation, document archival and workflow management. Its ‘Smart Search’ function employs full-text search, indexes and Windows integration to drastically reduce time spent locating files.
The solution is compatible with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows ,as well as all web-browsers, and is based on the nscale platform of sister company Ceyoniq, acquired by Kyocera in 2015. This foundation means that despite the products’ simplicity, it is scalable and can be augmented with additional modules as well as complex workflows tailored to the individual needs of the company.
“As paper-based processes migrate to a digital environment and the volume of data in day-to-day business operations increases, document management is becoming an increasingly integral business function,” comments Shamit Bagchi, expert product marketing: ECM/DMS and capturing at Kyocera Document Solutions Europe.
“Kyocera Workflow Manager can be quickly integrated into a businesses’ daily routine and is a great entry point for businesses that are looking to streamline their document management. The end-result is increased efficiency throughout the business, better interdepartmental collaboration and more time to focus on core business projects.”
The software, which provides multi-lingual support and country-specific specialisation, was launched in Germany in May 2016 and is now available in the UK, France, Netherlands, Spain and other countries within the EU.