Kodak Alaris Partners with Google Weave IoT Platform to Simplify Document Capture for Connected Users

January 6, 2016 0 comments
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NEW DELHI, INDIA: Kodak Alaris is partnering with Google to make it easier for users to connect to document scanning devices from any type of computing environment, mobile, desktop or cloud by taking advantage of Brillo and Weave, the key pillars of Google new Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Google will feature the Kodak Scan Station networked scanner, among other web-connected smart home technologies, in its exhibit at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Last year, Google launched Brillo and Weave to enable easier device setup, phone-to-device-to-cloud communication, and user interaction from mobile devices and the web.

“The Internet of Things is allowing remote connectivity to devices such as thermostats, appliances, lights, and security systems,” said Susheel John, Category Director, Kodak Alaris’ Information Management division.

“Now, thanks to Google, an even greater set of capabilities is available for consumers and businesses alike. From home offices to global enterprises, helping users’ access devices to capture and share business critical information in a safe and secure way can result in major cost reductions and increased operational efficiency,” he added.

Weave provides the building blocks to connect directly or through the cloud by providing a common language for apps or services to use across multiple devices which leads to faster adoption of new technologies and lower implementation costs. It also makes document capture at the point of customer contact and onboarding information into a business process more efficient, ultimately improving responsiveness to customers.

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