Not really sure how big a deal with this, but Kofax today announced it would make an insurance claims processing solution is available for demonstration as part of an engagement at Microsoft Technology Centers worldwide. The solution is built on Kofax’s new Total Agility 7.0 platform, which is basically a combination of all its technology – capture, plus everything is has acquired over the past few years in areas like data analytics, BPM and Web interfaces – put together in one platform. The demo is set up an Azure, so this really represents Kofax’s first full scale cloud-centric marketing.
The Microsoft Technology Centers are hosted in a number of brick-and-mortar locations around the world. They are designed to provide “collaborative environments that provide access to innovative technologies and world-class expertise, enabling you to envision, design, and deploy solutions to meet your exact needs.” It sounds like Microsoft and Kofax plan on working more closely together in the future around KTA 7.0 and Azure. Said Kim Akers, general manager, Microsoft Corp, “Kofax continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Microsoft community with TotalAgility, the first BPM and case management platform hosted on Windows Azure.”
It will be interesting to see how Kofax’s revenue is going to break down between on-premise and cloud solutions in future years.