The KYOCERA Workflow Manager is poised to help SMEs achieve digitalization - and the company from CeBIT's partner country Japan is spreading the word in Hannover.
Which level-headed entrepreneur would argue against intelligent document management (DMS)? Yet despite the well-known advantages, plenty of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) still struggle to implement this kind of system. They hesitate at the prospect of this seemingly daunting task. In most cases, SMEs' managers are heavily involved in everyday business operations and simply don't have the time to roll out additional IT projects. The German subsidiary of the Japanese KYOCERA Group is keen to resolve this dilemma with the DMS it has designed specifically for SMEs. KYOCERA Document Solutions is demonstrating specific applications at CeBIT 2017 under the banner "Making Workflow" and showing how these can optimize information processes in sales, logistics, accounting and human resources.
The KYOCERA Workflow Manager provides SMEs with a customized solution for digitalizing their key document-based business processes such as invoice receipt, HR administration and ordering processes without the need for major administrative outlay. Thanks to its modular design with standardized elements, the KYOCERA Workflow Manager beats other solutions by avoiding costly and time-intensive consulting and customizing. The DMS software is quickly integrated into the routine workflows of individual departments or throughout an entire company. What’s more, the system's scalability means the range of functions can be gradually extended.