Irvine-based Kofax is set to provide Australia’s largest state public health department with a solution to process data for nearly 2 million invoices annually in a deal valued at $750,000.
The contract benefits 220 public hospitals and more than 500 community health centers.
The agreement will significantly reduce labor, mailing and tracking costs, improve productivity, increase efficiency, improve vendor relations and accelerate turnaround times.
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