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Trends Towards Higher Resolution Scanning

• Scanning Higher Resolutions at Rated Speed - Just as your car’s engine is designed to perform at a maximum speed based on the combination of aggregate parts, your document scanner is only as good as its weakest link. Certain document scanners these days have been highly engineered specifically to perform at rated speeds while scanning in higher resolution modes, thus excelling at Automated Forms Processing tasks eliminating the need to sacrifice accuracy for throughput

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Why a Network Scanner?

Uptime/Reliability Access to scanning functionality is not hampered by other possible failures of a multifunction device Limited physical moving parts decreases likelihood of hardware malfunction Straight thru paper path design helps decrease possibility of document jams Network scanners inherit attributes designed for mission-critical document scanners Organizations can only realize the true productivity enhancement of their IT investment when their systems are performing at peak performance

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Twas the night I lost documents

When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, But a desktop document scanner and some technology gear; With some OCR software and something for search, I knew this the solution to get off my paper perch

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Trend towards Network Scanning

After a few false starts, and probably an industry getting ahead of itself, document scanner hardware vendors and document capture software vendors finally seem to grasp the opportunity of network scanning

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Oh yeah, there are two types of OCR

Many times PC based OCR is used at the document scanner rated speed of 60 pages a minute

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Meet Chris โ€“ Document Imaging Guy

Prior to my current position, I was with a document scanner vendor, a document imaging integrator turned product company, and finally for several years my own consulting practice

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Scanner rage!

I’ve been known to have a little bit of a temper with inanimate objects, such as sloppy sandwiches, chairs that stub my toes and document scanners that don’t scan correctly

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Technology Configuration Trap

Be it governance and best practices, or nitty gritty things such as setting a document scanner to 300 DPI or making sure the duel-stream checkbox is checked

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When ECM is bad for document imaging

When you spend 10 years living and breathing document imaging you become distributed when your niece calls your document scanner a printer, or you’re forced by a large bank to send a fax

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Touch Points

These functions—whether in an MFP, fax server, or document scanner—can also be fully automated, which provides a third dimension to touch and point: the ability to act

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