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Konica Minolta Announces Major Releases of Dispatcher Phoenix Automated Workflow Solution

Includes Integration With Cloud Storage Providers, Advanced Forms Processing Features, and Industry-Specific Versions

RAMSEY, NJ--(Marketwired - June 02, 2014) - Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announces major updates to the Dispatcher Phoenix family of workflow automation product offerings, which include industry-specific versions for the Education, Healthcare and Legal markets. Dispatcher Phoenix Release 4.0 adds significant functionality to all Dispatcher Phoenix offerings and now allows end users to scan and upload files to leading cloud storage service providers such as Box, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive. Additional new features include advanced forms processing and PDF data extraction.

Dispatcher Phoenix Release 4.0 streamlines document processes, helping to optimize business procedures, reduce costs, and increase productivity. It integrates directly into the Konica Minolta bizhub MFP control panel and offers file conversion and integration with content management systems and cloud-based storage providers, making it easy to share information directly from the MFP. With Forms Processing, documents can be organized and identified and unique identifiers can be processed and extracted using pattern matching technology. For example, Social Security Numbers can be searched for and redacted from specific types of documents, regardless of their content or position on the page. Similarly, users can now capture data such as document properties and form values from PDF fillable forms.

"Dispatcher Phoenix benefits customers across many different industries that need solutions for forms processing, data extraction via OCR, document indexing, annotation, watermarking, file conversion, file parsing, and routing," says Sam Errigo, senior vice president, Business Intelligence Services, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. "By offering industry specific versions of Dispatcher Phoenix, we have enhanced the product's core workflow functionality to meet the unique requirements and demands of our education, healthcare and legal customers."

Dispatcher Phoenix Education

Dispatcher Phoenix Education is tailored for schools, school districts, universities and colleges that need to automate document processing of educational records. Streamlining manual paper-based tasks related to student transcripts, transfers, admission forms and student exams allow educators and administrators to focus on improving scholastic outcomes. Dispatcher Phoenix Education includes advanced OCR, file conversion, intelligent redaction, metadata creation, connectors to Microsoft SharePoint and cloud storage service providers, document indexing and file browsing at the bizhub MFP control panel, and much more.

Dispatcher Phoenix Healthcare

Designed for hospitals and clinics, Dispatcher Phoenix Healthcare is a cost-effective and easy-to-use solution for the scanning, processing and secure sharing of medical records in compliance with Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards and other regulatory restrictions. Dispatcher Phoenix Healthcare helps with converting patient charts to electronic format, automating repetitive manual tasks needed to process medical records, using bar codes to quickly organize insurance claim forms, extracting data from medical forms for use in other systems. In addition, Dispatcher Phoenix Healthcare includes a connector to OnBase® by Hyland Software, a leading content management system in wide use within the healthcare field.

Dispatcher Phoenix Legal

Dispatcher Phoenix Legal is customized for the legal profession with advanced Bates stamping, PDF file conversion, intelligent redaction and highlighting, and many other essential legal document processing tools.

About Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. is a leader in enterprise content management, technology optimization and cloud services. Our solutions help organizations improve their speed to market, manage technology costs, and facilitate the sharing of information to increase productivity. Recognized as a #1 Brand for Customer Loyalty by Brand Keys for seven consecutive years, awarded "MFP (multifunction peripheral) Line of the Year" by Buyers Laboratory LLC, and named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, the company focuses on end-to-end business solutions to help your business grow. Clients trust Konica Minolta to help them envision how they can achieve their goals and deliver innovative solutions to give shape to their ideas. For more information, visit www.countonkonicaminolta.com and follow @KonicaMinoltaUS on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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Konica Minolta Contacts:
Karen Harris
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.
+1 201-818-3231
[email protected]

Alicia Libucha
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.
+1 857.205.0919
[email protected]

Rachel Reed
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.
+1 856.381.0651
[email protected]

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