“The Moroccan digital ecosystem is about to initiate a large number of technological breakthroughs, both in its governance and in its execution”, warns Youssef Chraibi, president of the Outsourcia group, founded in 2003 and which employs 1800 collaborators in France , Niger, Madagascar and the kingdom.
He then clarified that “the challenge is to anticipate these changes and support businesses in accelerating the digital economy. The ambition is clear: to make the global digital revolution, notably based on artificial intelligence, a strategic lever of competitiveness and operational excellence for companies. ”
For his part, Yacine Rahmoun, founder of CaptureDoc, explains that “technologies such as electronic signature, mobile capture and conversational user experiences are much more than just contactless digital interfaces. These solutions serve a scalable and highly distributed economy. Certainly accelerated in this context of social distancing, these new operational practices will be lastingly institutionalized. For any actor who is trying to digitize their processes, while stimulating their demand, CaptureDoc is positioning itself as a partner of this automation at the service of new digital experiences ”.
The certified Moroccan experts of CaptureDoc thus ensure the design, the implementation, the customization and the support of the technologies of these solutions in particular in the banking, insurance, and telecoms sectors.
On the occasion of this launch, Capture Doc is organizing, in collaboration with the Consulate General of the United States in Casablanca, commercial service, and its partner Kofax, this Thursday July 9 at 3 p.m., a Webinar on electronic signature. On the program: digitization and automation of end-to-end processes, reduction of operational costs and concrete case studies.