Lexmark Touts Brainware as a Global Player
August 6, 2012
In their News Blog, Lexmark praises Brainware’s latest global associations in “Brainware Update: Capturing Relationships Globally.” The piece explains that data capture outfit Brainware is “expanding more than ever before,” with several new partnerships in new regions formed over the last six weeks alone. These new allies include Mexico’s STN Latam, whose specialty is finance resource planning; Outsourcing and IT consultants Novosit in the Dominica Republic; and IT services firm Content Concepts, operating in the Asia Pacific market. Nice work. See the write up for more details on each enterprise.
The Lexmark second quarter earnings call also mentioned Brainware, stating:
“Perceptive announced that the University of Kansas plans to expand the use of Perceptive Software solutions to a university-wide contract. This will also include the use of Brainware’s award-winning Distiller software to streamline invoice processing. . . .
“And we are leveraging our MPS enterprise presence along with our new Brainware intelligent capture expertise to help our customers extend their smart MFPs to now scan, classify and extract key content from documents all automatically and deposit the content directly into a core system or process, reducing time and manual labor costs in the process.”
It sounds like Brainware is bringing a lot to Lexmark’s projects. The company was formed in 2006 with the buyout of technology from SER Solutions. They emphasize that their auto-learning data capture and search solutions are scalable and user-friendly.
Veteran enterprise search technology vendor ISYS Search Software, another Lexmark acquisition, also received a (brief) mention in the earnings call.
Cynthia Murrell, August 6, 2012