Kodak Alaris Earns BLI 2023 Scanner Line of the Year Award


Keypoint Intelligence has presented Kodak Alaris with the Buyers Lab (BLI) 2023 Scanner Line of the Year Award. This is the seventh time in eight years that Kodak Alaris has earned this coveted accolade. Each year, the award recognizes the product line deemed best overall, based on rigorous lab evaluations of several vendors.

“When it comes to document scanning, Kodak Alaris is king,” said Lee Davis, Senior Analyst in Keypoint Intelligence’s Office Group. “Our testing revealed that scanners from Kodak Alaris provide superior media handling, image quality, OCR accuracy, file compression, and workflow automation capabilities compared to the competition.”

“We’re extremely proud to once again have our comprehensive product portfolio recognized by Keypoint Intelligence. This award endorses our expertise for image quality, highly accurate data extraction, and successful process automation,” saidDon Lofstrom, President & General Manager at Kodak Alaris. “Investment in R&D and a commitment to innovation are high on our list of priorities so that we can deliver on our promise to provide solutions that help businesses turn paper-based information into actionable digital data, quickly and efficiently.”

The win comes hot on the heels of the announcement that the Kodak S3140 Max Scanner also received a 2023 Pick Award from Keypoint Intelligence. Lee Davis of Keypoint Intelligence described it as the ideal choice for paper-intensive office environments. In addition, scanners from Kodak Alaris were the first to successfully pass the Keypoint Intelligence testing program for the Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative (FADGI), helping organizations ensure their digital records are fully compliant ahead of the federal mandate deadline.

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