Kofax announces latest update of its Intelligent Automation Platform – Kofax TotalAgility


    Kofax, a prominent provider of Intelligent Automation software for digital workflow transformation, announced on 1st June 2021 the release of its Intelligent Automation Platform. The recent release stimulates deployments by better-facilitating users as well as professional developers, resulting in greater business value and a shorter return on investment (ROI) for clients.

    The Intelligent Automation Platform’s workflow orchestration engine, Kofax TotalAgility, has been improved with 50 new low-code, document intelligence, process orchestration, and linked systems features, reducing the need for costly custom coding or multiple solutions from different suppliers. Visual business rules, decision trees, and process flows are among the intuitive technologies used by Kofax TotalAgility. All users, regardless of technical ability, may swiftly automate operations to address current business demands and provide speedy returns.

    “Kofax TotalAgility’s value proposition is captured in its name. It gives organizations the total agility they need to quickly innovate and develop solutions to drive a business forward,” says Mark Wallin, Vice President of Commercial Product Management at Kofax. “The capabilities announced today give our customers access to the best-in-class tools they need to accomplish more—in less time and using fewer resources.”

    Intelligent Automation Platform, Kofax TotalAgility

    The new key features in Kofax TotalAgility are as follows:

    • Automation workflows can be developed more quickly – By enabling citizen engineers and analysts to simply set up complicated procedures, a new user experience extends low-code to additional business users. In addition, an improved business rules engine allows analysts to use visual condition rules to execute decision strategies and set up custom services without having to write. As a result, businesses may improve processes through iterations and generate more value faster while also responding to pressing business needs.
    • Low-code support for cognitive capture has been expanded – Unstructured data makes for over 90% of today’s data. Simultaneously, most businesses generate massive amounts of unstructured data, which must be managed in order to be used in automation projects. However, to achieve actionable results, human interaction and time-consuming measures are required. Professional developers can now build advanced AI and Capture models, allowing them to train the system and effectively incorporate document intelligence. This release builds on Kofax’s industry-leading cognitive capture functionality.
    • Document classification with a single click – It’s crucial to understand and classify unstructured data in order to enable automation. Citizen developers and business analysts can now use Intelligent Automation Platform, Kofax TotalAgility to improve complex document classification models, allowing them to quickly and visibly train, recognise, and categorise documents with a single click. As a result, significant efficiency is gained, development cycles are shortened, and errors are reduced.

    Additional options for low-code integration – New OpenAPI support and data grouping have been added to the simplified integrations, allowing data models to be built manually or using simple JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). Furthermore, improved support for the industry-standard OAuth 2.0 protocol expands the range of authorisation and authentication options available.

    According to Gartner Inc., “By 2023, the number of active citizen developers at large enterprises will be at least four times the number of professional developers.”

    Other Kofax Intelligent Automation platform capabilities, such as Kofax RPA, Kofax Mobile ID and Verification, Kofax SignDoc, and Kofax ControlSuite, are now more tightly integrated with the current edition of Kofax TotalAgility.

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