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PDF solutions developer iText Software  has joined the MuleSoft Technology Partner Program and has contributed to the partner ecosystem by releasing a MuleSoft Certified Connector for iText DITO.

Esker, a global cloud platform and leader in AI-driven process automation solutions for finance and customer service functions, has announced the availability of new functionalities within its Procure-to-Pay solution to fight against bank transfer fraud, integrating the technologies of the French Lyon-based FinTech Sis ID.

Visioneer has launched its new VAST Network technology to provide for shared document capture for the networked, cloud and mobile environments of today’s digital workplace.

Kofax has acquired PSIGEN Software, a provider of document capture, content management and workflow automation software and solutions.

MPS Monitor, a platform for the remote monitoring and management of printers and multifunctional devices, has added the ability to monitor document scanners from Kodak Alaris.

A wide array of new capabilities for Kofax ControlSuite for capture and print management includes new cloud integrations, analytics dashboards and new unified clients.

OPEX Corporation, a leading provider of mail and document automation (DMA) solutions worldwide, is expanding its resources with the launch of digitiseyourdocuments.com.au

Automate.io - an iPaaS and workflow automation platform - has announced the launch of new features to help teams unlock the full potential of collaborative workflow automation.

eftpos subsidiary, Beem It, has been selected to build the company’s national QR code utility. The new QR code payments capability, which will be offered by eftpos, is expected to be in market as early as July 2021, with multiple merchants in trial.

callas software, a provider of automated PDF quality assurance and archiving solutions, has released version 10.2 of its pdfaPilot product line. This major update offers support for the only-just-released 64-bit version of Adobe Acrobat for Windows.

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