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Kodak Integrates Scanner Software With JPMorgan's i-VAULT!

Tuesday, April 08, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y.--April 7, 2003-- Eastman Kodak Company and JPMorgan Chase Bank today announced the integration of Kodak Capture Software Version 6.0 with JPMorgan's i-VAULT!, enabling businesses to scan company documents at high speeds using Kodak scanners and software and seamlessly load the document images into the i-VAULT! electronic storage environment. The announcement was made as part of Kodak's participation (booth 1722) in the AIIM 2003 Exposition & Conference in New York City from April 7-9. i-VAULT! is an Internet-based document archive and retrieval service that enables businesses to electronically store and retrieve virtually any kind of document and data. i-VAULT! is currently used by a number of companies - as well as by JPMorgan Chase - to store and retrieve critical business documents. While ideal for financial services providers and insurance companies, i-VAULT! is a secure solution for any business that needs fast access to and retrieval of digital documents and data. "The flexibility and robustness of Kodak Capture Software made it possible for us to develop customized output so that batches of scanned documents can be efficiently loaded into the i-VAULT! environment," said Devang M. Thakkar, portfolio business manager, Kodak Capture Software. "Companies can now use Kodak scanners and software to convert paper documents into digital images that are i-VAULT!-compatible. This is a classic infoimaging solution because it connects devices and infrastructure to produce valuable business services." Kodak Capture Software Version 6.0 is a powerful plug-and-play scanning application that supports all features of Kodak scanners at rated speeds, helping to increase overall productivity and throughput from document scanning operations. The software comes bundled with compatible output for many popular document imaging and content management applications. An Application Programming Interface (API) is also available for Kodak partners and end users to be able to customize batches of images and release them into their particular solutions ranging from document management, forms processing, workflow applications, and content management applications. i-VAULT! stores high-quality images in a computerized warehouse that can be accessed in seconds via the Internet. Using standard Web browsers, companies can securely access their unique, often enterprise-wide, archives. The service is designed to cross-reference documents and to index archived data by name, number, subject, date or any other designated field. This design enables an i-VAULT! customer to rapidly search large quantities of data in order to identify and retrieve documents quickly. Automated access to documents increases efficiency, reduces cost and enables companies to respond more quickly to customer inquiries. JPMorgan Chase provides full redundancy and disaster recovery services for i-VAULT!, maintaining two geographically dispersed archive sites in Northeast and Southwest locations in the United States. Storage options include direct access computer disk storage (DASD), tape or optical disk. "Our work with Kodak enables JPMorgan Chase to provide a powerful combination of trusted brands and reliable products and services to customers of i-VAULT!," said John Bonin, senior vice president of the JPMorgan I-Solutions group at JPMorgan Chase. "Now, when we engage with a potential i-VAULT! customer, we can recommend Kodak scanners and Kodak Capture Software as a solution the customer can deploy for converting their paper documents into i-VAULT!-compatible digital images." Today, many JPMorgan Chase divisions and affiliates, as well as numerous external customers, use i-VAULT! to retrieve millions of images daily.

 

 

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