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Streamlining document compliance and improving workflow
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Driving improvement is high on every school’s agenda and holding student data centrally has meant that SIMS (School Information Management System) is now used by more than 22,000 schools across 150 UK local authorities. SIMS enables the management of student and staff information across all areas of school life including registration, timetabling, progress tracking, assessment, SEN support and whole-school communication. A SIMS Accredited Technical Partner, Kyocera has developed its SIMS Connector in conjunction with NSI Autostore to ensure the simple, fast and secure storage of documents and information in schools.


Simple, fast and secure storage of documents and information.

Become paper-lite

Converts hard copy documents into electronic versions.

Be compliant

Helping schools with document compliance.

Easy to use

No training required as it replicates your SIMS practices.

Simple, fast, secure, compliant

Scan your hard copy documents straight into at the touch of a button.
Management Console
A simple rules and routing management console makes creating scanning workflows simple.
Embedded SIMS Connector
The AutoStore user interface is embedded into the regular MFP operation panel.
Defining the destination
Select the target recipient group (eg Student or staff), whether the document is public or private.
Searching for the recipient
Students or staff can then be searched. Once selected the relevant SIMS data will be auto filled.
Linked Documents
The scanned document will then be sent directly into SIMS and stored within the student record.


  • SIMS Connector drivers
  • SIMS Connector documentation
  • SIMS Connector software

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