ibml Wins Prestigious DM Award for the 13th Consecutive Year
November 28, 2018
London, UK and Birmingham, AL
ibml, a leading provider of intelligent information capture solutions, announced today that it recently won the Editor’s Choice Award at the 2018 Document Manager (DM) Magazine Awards ceremony in London.
Document Manager Magazine is a leading source of news, advice and product reviews to document scanning, data capture and document management professionals in the United Kingdom.
This is the 13th consecutive year that ibml has won a DM Award. This year’s winners were announced at an event at The Radisson Blu Edwardian in Bloomsbury, London on November 22nd. DM award winners were chosen based on online reader voting and judging panel deliberations.
“ibml is honored to be recognized with a DM Award for the 13th consecutive year,” said ibml President and Chief Executive Officer Martin Birch. “This award is further proof of the strength of our suite of intelligent information capture solutions and our unwavering commitment to delivering complete solutions that support the rapidly evolving capture requirements of organizations.”
ibml provides end-to-end solutions and services for capturing critical content. ibml’s software suite captures any document, in any format and from any delivery channel, classifies and extracts structured and unstructured data, inspects, repairs and enters information, passes images, transactions and batches seamlessly to line-of-business applications, and manages processes in a single, secure environment. ibml’s category-leading, desktop and standalone production scanning devices are proven to lower costs and accelerate access to information while delivering superior quality.
“ibml’s end-to-end solutions are an ideal way to address today’s information capture needs,” said Ashley Keil, ibml’s sales director for Northern and Western Europe, Africa and India. “Compared to traditional approaches to scanning and data capture, ibml’s intelligent information capture solutions enable organizations to significantly reduce operations costs, accelerate the delivery of critical information downstream, improve image and data quality, and enhance visibility and control.