Printer manufacturer Lexmark is branching out to create new business process management (BPM) software for health care and other industry verticals, such as education, financial services, government and retail.
The company plans to leverage the enterprise content management (ECM) capabilities of its stand-alone Perceptive Software unit and the BPM tools of Netherlands-based Pallas Athena to manage content throughout a hospital’s workflow.
“We’re expanding the array of technologies and solutions that we bring to bear for our customers and help them manage all this unstructured content and processes that are in hospitals today—in the front line and back office,” Lexmark CEO Paul Rooke told eWEEK during a press briefing on Nov. 2. “They could use some help, particularly because they’re trying to digitize and become more electronic.”
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