Konica Minolta Launches Cloud-based Document Management Service

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Konica Minolta Launches Cloud-based Document Management Service

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) Ltd recently announced the launch of a cloud-based document management solution that integrates with Konica Minolta’s bizhub MFPs. KM Document Genius is designed to simplify document management for small to medium business or corporate departments that need to scan and manage paper-based documents alongside electronic information in a seamless fashion.

Konica Minolta is a leader in advanced document management technologies, application solutions and services from the desktop to the print shop. The award-winning line of office products ranging from the desktop to the print shop are enhanced by innovating solutions designed to improve workplace productivity.

“KM Document Genius is an innovative and affordable document management service that can be deployed in minutes,” says Norm Bussolaro, director, Business Intelligent Services. “This new and securely hosted service requires no software installation, no IT support and is fully scalable to meet the needs of a single user or hundreds of employees. If you can access the Web, you can access your entire document library from any device, even a mobile phone.”

“KM Document Genius currently is exclusively available through our dealer channel,” says John Bent, managing director, Dealer Channel. “Our resellers and their customers have been asking for document solutions that extend the value of the MFP to address scanning, mobility and workflow. KM Document Genius is a subscriber-based service that extends powerful document management capabilities to users via any Web browser. The solution is platform independent and utilizes advanced document structuring to deliver fully searchable documents that have been optimized for fast file transfer and Web-viewing ability and workflow – KM Document Genius delivers on all counts and is very affordable.”

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