This week, one thing struck us while writing about the latest financial results for Fujifilm Business Innovation (previously known as...
“With a young and growing population that is more tech savvy than older generations, rapid infrastructure developments towards urbanization are diving the demand for digital offerings both in products and services.”
Findings suggest that many employers are failing to understand and reflect the needs of their people when it comes to digital transformation.
Decision makers continue to focus on making automation of tedious tasks a core part of their DX strategy.
“Kofax will continue to advance our software and solutions, expand our cloud services, and execute on our acquisition strategy.”
Fujifilm Business Innovation Asia Pacific today launched DocuWorks Cloud, which is designed for simplifying the creation, editing, and sharing of documents across multiple users.
“This DX Stock selection is a milestone in Ricoh’s transformation into a digital services company, and we will continue to accelerate our transformation efforts.”
“As organizations accelerate their pursuit of a digital-first strategy, they are channeling these investments into both internal operations and external direct engagement.”
RICOH Capture & Conversion Services said to enable organizations to overcome the obstacles unstructured data presents by converting that data into useful, accessible, and searchable information.
Additionally, the majority of enterprise organizations (53 percent), have an enterprise-wide digital transformation strategy.
Executives believe companies that pivot rapidly toward automation will be more successful than their peers.