Scanning & Capture

ABBYY has announced the launch of ABBYY FlexiCapture 12 Release 2, offering improved performance and higher processing speeds, with the addition of integrated machine learning and a new native cloud delivery channel.

Epson Australia has launched its new Wi-Fi enabled FastFoto FF-680W High-Speed Photo and Document Scanning System. The FF-680W scanner is claimed to be the world's fastest personal photo scanner, scanning thousands of photos – as fast as one photo per second at 300 dpi at up to 36 photos per batch.

Infor has announced a new collaboration with Itemize Corp., an expense document data extraction provider headquartered in New York City. Paired with Infor’s travel and entertainment (T&E) expense management solution, the embedded solution can utilize cloud technology and artificial intelligence to automatically capture receipt data and transfer that data to Infor Expense Management.

The terms digitisation and digitalisation get tossed around a lot these days, particularly in the context of document management and digital transformation discussions. The two words are often used interchangeably, but they really mean two different things – one provides for efficiencies in workflow and the other enables business transformation.

Ephesoft has unveiled the latest release of Ephesoft Transact 4.5.0.2. The new version release boasts multiple new features and enhancements that build on version 4.5.0.0’s robust functionality and flexibility.

Enterprise software provider Intelledox has launched a new AI based module for its Infiniti platform designed to help companies and government agencies speed up the cumbersome, time-consuming process of digitally transforming their often sizeable libraries of static PDF and paper forms. 

Today, many government and enterprise organisations are focused on implementing Process Automation initiatives. However, in many cases, the desire to be more efficient fails to consider the importance of capturing what comes out at the end of a process as a record.

Of the two million businesses in Australia, a significant portion experience the challenges of transitioning into the digital economy. Brother’s ADS-1700W (RRP $A499) wireless desktop scanner delivers the right solution by helping everyday Australian businesses work towards a digital transition of printed documents.

Digitisation has been named the top trend set to shape mining in the year ahead. The Tracking the Trends report, by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, authored by Philip Hopwood, Global Leader - Mining, lists digitisation above other vital priorities such as water management, the  image of mining, changing shareholder expectations and looking to commodities of the future.

Alaris has announced a new entry-level addition to its S2000 Scanner line as well as the ability to purchase Alaris Capture Pro Software and the Alaris Info Input Solution as one-year subscriptions in addition to existing perpetual licensing options.

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