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Nuance's Acquisition of Equitrac

The integration of Equitrac with Nuance eCopy will provide innovative, integrated, cross-platform MFP-based document solutions to deliver on the promised cost reductions that will drive the adoption of Managed Print Services (MPS) solutions across enterprises.
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Doc has held back on any comments on the Nuance acquisition of Equitrac because until these deals are final, you never know what might come up. But now the deal has closed and we'll soon see the implications.

Equitrac expands Nuance's document imaging portfolio, adding Equitrac print management products to Nuance eCopy ShareScan scanning and workflow solutions, and to Nuance OmniPage, PaperPort, and PDF Converter Professional desktop applications. The addition of Equitrac strengthens Nuance's global channel partnerships with multifunction printer (MFP) vendors, including Canon, Xerox, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, and HP – each of which currently sells both Equitrac and Nuance eCopy solutions.

The integration of Equitrac with Nuance eCopy will provide innovative, integrated, cross-platform MFP-based document solutions to deliver on the promised cost reductions that will drive the adoption of Managed Print Services (MPS) solutions across enterprises.

Nuance does a lot of things right (Doc's a big fan of its Dragon speech-recognition software), so this is certainly a situation to keep an eye one. Nuance has some aggressive marketing practices – it will be interesting to see if they adapt well to this market.

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