Stacy Leidwinger’s stories

Nuance’s Document Imaging Division is now part of Kofax. Learn more The Greek poet Homer wrote about Scylla and Charybdis, two “sea monsters” who were situated in the straits between Sicily and Italy. The hero Odysseus, while traveling on his famous Odyssey, was forced to choose which of the two monsters to confront to continue […]

Nuance’s Document Imaging Division is now part of Kofax. Learn more My husband once bought a replacement thermostat for our house. The instructions said, “Installs with just a screwdriver in about 20 minutes.” 36 hours, one blown circuit, and a $145 service call later, he had our new thermostat working just fine. In theory, the […]

Speed is a competitive advantage

Nuance’s Document Imaging Division is now part of Kofax. Learn more “Slow and steady wins the race” in fables. But how would the words “slow and steady” look on your next performance review?   How long should a patient wait for critical test results? How long should it take to process a lawyer’s billable time, […]

Attendees of NDI's legal customer advisory board meeting

This past week in Philadelphia, Nuance Document Imaging held our first Customer Advisory Board (CAB) for the legal sector. The objective of the day was for attendees to network with peers, share best practices, and map out what the next generation of content management solutions should look like to best support these organizations. Discussions were […]

Content concentric workflows can help transform an organization

When you see or hear the word “content” what comes to mind? Do you think of all the various forms of information and documents you work with daily? Are you aware of how much information you handle in each day? I have a challenge for you. At the end of your work day, take 10 […]

Nuance print management solutions secures information and processes

Workers expect to print whenever they want to. They don’t think about which print server or network they are connected to. They don’t think about which print drivers they have downloaded. They certainly don’t think to check whether a printer is online and ready to print. They just want to hit ‘print’ and be done. […]