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Sharp partner up with Umango   25 November 2015   


Umango, a company which develops document capture and workflow automation Solutions has joined the Sharp partnership program, and now their products can run on the Sharp MFPs running the OSA platform.   The news was announced by the Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC).

Umango document capture and conversion software now complements the range of Solutions which can run on MFPs running Sharp's OSA platform.  "Umango is thrilled to join the U.S. Sharp Partner community," says Quentin Gribble, CEO of Umango.  "We are excited to work with Sharp to deliver added value to their dealers and end-users."  
 
Umango has developed software applications aimed at markets in which Sharp is very active and which can be usefully integrated onto MFPs.   This partnership will enable Umango to deliver their efficient and easy-to-use document processing software via the touch-screen interface of Sharp MFPs. 

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tags : Sharp, Umango, OSA Sharp  



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