Latest Results from the Kofax Partner Satisfaction Poll

I recently checked back on the Kofax Partner Satisfaction poll that has been running on LinkedIn for the past few weeks. The latest results show 37%  “somewhat dissatisfied with Kofax” and 39% “extremely dissatisfied with Kofax”.   I went ahead and took a screenshot of the latest poll which is shown below. If you are interested in reading the comments posted, go to

kofax poll


Upcoming EMC Live Webcast: Assess the Real Value of Document Capture

In keeping with the “value of capture” theme that some of my recent postings have talked about, I’ll be presenting on an upcoming Webcast on September 30th, in which I will talk about the ROI of document capture, where the cost savings and efficiency gains can be achieved, and how organizations can build the business case.  To register for the event click here.

During the Webcast, I’ll also share the recent results of a document capture survey conducted by AIIM.  The survey polled 677 information and records management professionals, IT staff and line of business executives, and the research study found that document scanning and capture is a very risk-free investment compared to other types of IT projects and payback time.

I’ll also be joined by a customer who will be talking about the benefits they have achieved in using the EMC Captiva and Documentum products for automating their global accounts payable process.

Look forward to everyone joining.

Upcoming AIIM Webcast on Capture – 3 Big Things You Should Be Doing

Here’s a link to an upcoming AIIM webcast this month that I thought might interest some. Organizations for years have used all kinds of scanning applications to digitize content, but many are running on legacy applications that fail to give companies the capabilities needed to really achieve all the benefits possible with document capture.

Capture: 3 Big Things You Should Be Doing (And Probably Aren’t) for Maximum ROI

So what are those three big things? Come listen to Harvey Spencer, from Harvey Spencer and Associates, to hear what you should be doing with document capture for maximum ROI.

EMC Acquires Kazeon

Well, EMC has been busy this week buying up two companies with Kazeon Systems being the latest. You can read about the latest news in the press release.  Kazeon’s end-to-end discovery should fit nicely EMC SourceOne family of eDiscover, archiving and compliance products, where there is a growing use case for eDiscovery in the enterprise.

For several years, EMC has been building out a stack of products that come together to support managing information. Everything from capture, managing and processing content, output, and archive.

The Kazeon purchase is a logical progression for EMC, another chapter in helping enterprises manage the abundance of electronically stored information.