Scanning & Capture

Umango, Australia has been accredited by the Ricoh Developer Program, certifying a seamless integration of Umango products with Ricoh multi-functional devices (MFDs).

Ephesoft, a provider of enterprise content capture and data discovery solutions, has been recognized as one of four “Hot Vendors in Document and Contract Analytics, 2018” by Aragon Research, Inc., an independent research and advisory firm.

ABBYY has announced a major update to TextGrabber for Android. The application now translates text in real time online and offline and is free to download with a premium subscription for a number of features.

IDM recently sat down with Leonel Da Costa, Managing Director Asia Pacific Region, Kodak Alaris, Alaris Division, to learn about changes at the information management solutions vendor.

PegaWorld 2018 Conference in the Las Vegas has been variously billed as the world’s largest intelligent automation event.  ‎Carl Hillier‎, ABBYY Product Group Head, was one of the plethora of innovators and business leaders in attendance. He shares his impressions.

Ephesoft has announced the release of its new Swagger/OpenAPI-web services for Ephesoft Transact, a simplified application programming interface (API) enabling the integration of Ephesoft’s document capture solutions into any OpenAPI-compliant application such as Microsoft Flow. Formerly known as the Swagger Specification, OpenAPI is the world’s standard for defining RESTful interfaces.

How much paper is it worth scanning as part of an electronic document management project? It’s a fraught question, but the answer seems to be ‘only what you need’ with legacy records and ‘Day Forward’ scanning of new documents as they are produced. The push towards Day Forward Scanning as a step on the path towards full Digital Transformation is driving strong growth in the scanning business at Australia’s Advance Record Management, headquartered in Geelong, Victoria. 

There are many aspects to consider when embarking on a major back scanning project, and one of the most daunting if pursuing an in-house approach is acquiring the necessary scanning hardware and software to digitise the archive, as well as developing the expertise to make it all run smoothly. Scanning specialist EzeScan is gaining traction with a headache free option providing the ability to rent scanners and the necessary software for the duration of a project, with setup and training included. Once the project is completed, the user simply hands it all back having had the ability to better manage cash flow by choosing to either CAPEX or OPEX the solution costs.

ABBYY has announced a major update to TextGrabber for iOS. The application now translates text in realtime online and offline.

Sharp Corporation of Australia has announced the introduction of two enhanced models in its colour document systems Pro Series. The enhanced series boasts copy and print speeds of up to 80 ppm; complemented by a 150 sheet dual head scanner which scans up to 200ipm (2X improvement in scan speeds).

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