Users can import document information from various platforms including MFPs(multifunctional printers), smartphones, tablets and emails. Furthermore, users can extract and send attribute information to the KYOCERA Smart Information Manager. For example, when processing an invoice, information such as the company name, address, invoice amount, and payment due date can be extracted from the document and sent to the KYOCERA Smart Information Manager to be used in workflows. In addition, users can covert their document from MFPs to a searchable PDF, MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint.
KYOCERA Smart Information Manager enables the management of the entire document lifecycle from data import to usage, archiving, and disposal. Users can browse imported documents and edit attribute information. Security is ensured by enabling access control.
As an alternative solution to full text search which often takes time to complete and provides undesired files, KYOCERA Smart Information Manager allows users to search using filters. For example, when searching for an invoice a user can provide a certain payment amount or issue date to help refine the results.
Document data imported from various formats are shared in automated workflows, enabling organizations to share information more quickly and accurately for circulation or approval. KYOCERA Smart Information Manager offers workflows for specific tasks which can be customized prior to installation based on user needs, enabling easy implementation and easy use regardless of the user operational skills.
|Server Specifications||Microsoft Windows Server 2019 / 2016 / 2012 R2|
2 cores CPU
8 GB RAM
5 GB disk space for installation
50 GB or more disc space for document storage
|Browser||Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox|
Features may vary by product license. Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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