Latourrette Consulting announce partnership with Kofax in Latin America

22 November 2018 Authored by

A new strategic partnership between Portuguese based Latourrette Consulting and process automation software provider Kofax will be announced today in Bogota. Together, the two will provide a myriad of digital transformation solutions.

Latourrette Consulting is focused on innovation for customer experience management systems which helps organization around the world simplify the way they interact with business documents and processes.

The consulting firm as entered into an agreement with industry leaders Kofax to aid their clients base throughout the region, effectively broadening the firm’s automation and digital transformation services. With Latourrette Consulting is headquarters in Porto, the firm has spread throughout the Americas, with a presence in São Paulo & Belo Horizonte, Santiago, Medellin, Panama City, Mexico DF and San Fransisco.

The partnership marks the bolstering of Kofax’s presence throughout the region as well. Although they have a customer base of over 20,000 around the globe but have yet to expand into Latin America with an office. Kofax is one of the world’s leading supplier of software and solutions to automate and digitally transform human and information intensive processes. These solutions can dramatically improve customer engagement, greatly reduce operating costs, mitigate compliance risk and increase competitiveness, growth and profitability.

Adding to their already impressive inventory – including partnerships with Microsoft, Visioneer and AIIM Partner – Latourrette Consulting will now offer multiple Kofax products to the firm’s service lines. These include; Kofax Kapow, Kofax Total Agility, Kofax Capture, Kofax Transformation Modules, Kofax Mobile, Kofax Analytics and Kofax SignDoc; Readsoft and Bizdocs. 

Latourrette Consulting announce partnership with Kofax in Latin America

“In Latin America including Brazil, we must redefine business models focused on digital transformation, applying disruptive structures, this because in the business world, we must see innovation as something much closer and more accessible,” said Jose Andrés Santacruz Céspedes, Manager of LATAM of Latourrette Consulting.

“However, the continuous increase in digital solutions and research in artificial intelligence, artificial vision, autonomous robotics and other parallel sciences will allow us to get a little closer to the miracles dreamed by the first engineers and we will be in the world very soon. its moment advanced us the science fiction,” he continued.

The firm’s clients span a wide range of industries and sectors including banking, public administration, insurance, commercial. The firm works with companies of any sector which need to automate information, financial processes, capture, digitize and transform any type of document management, artificial intelligence and robotics, in addition to generating the necessary mechanisms for optimal interaction with customers.

"We believe that, with the partnership between Latourrette Consulting and Kofax, our partners and customers will receive the support they need and deserve, and the necessary resources to sell and offer support to the full range of Kofax and ReadSoft solutions," says one. representative of the manufacturer.”

The move will bring Latourrette Consulting’s digitization capabilities into the broader public narrative throughout the region. At an event held on Thursday 22nd of November, in the Hotel TRYP Wyndham Embajada, Bogota, the duo will unveil their most recent joint efforts, a portfolio of offerings and the opportunity presented to improve productivity within local markets.


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