Konica Minolta to help government digitise documents
The company will be providing Document Process Outsourcing services to a Singapore government agency for two years.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia (Konica Minolta), has announced that it will be providing outsourced services of scanning, conversion and tagging for hardcopy case management documents to electronic documents to a local government agency.
Konica Minolta will digitise up to 7.7 million pages with value up to $673,500 for the contract period including option extension.
The Document Process Outsourcing services echoes the government's efforts towards digitalization, by adopting digital technology to boost productivity and make information more accessible.
"With Konica Minolta's digital technologies and solutions, we are happy to serve the needs of government ministry and help boost higher productivity to their work processes and to utilise the data more efficiently and securely," said Jonathan Yeo, general manager for Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia.
"As a digital global company, Konica Minolta wants to continue add value to customers and help them shift to the workplace of the future, optimise information and repurpose for greater insight," he added.
With digitised documents, errors and manual checks can be reduced and it helps to have proper management of documentation and improve accessibility to information between departments and agencies.