Kodak has unveiled a scanning application for distributed document capture, designed to help small to medium sized enterprises reduce the volume of paper documents they need to manage.
Available now across EMEA, Kodak Capture Desktop is bundled with the company's i100, i1200, i1300 and i1400 series of scanners. It provides a cost-efficient platform for any business needing to digitise documents into a format that can be quickly and easily shared, according to Kodak.
The new software is based on Kodak's existing Capture Pro, but is designed for single user, single scanner and basic batch scanning needs, instead of high-volume production-level jobs.
New features include drag-and-drop optical character recognition to make it easier to index documents effectively. Capture Desktop can also output files in Jpeg, Tiff and PDF formats, and integrates with Microsoft SharePoint.
"Kodak Capture Desktop enables customers to get up and running with a complete batch-oriented scanning solution right out of the box," said Hauke Fast, Kodak product manager for document imaging.
"Its ease of use shortens the learning curve for all users and, with a seamless upgrade path to Capture Pro's advanced productivity features, companies can significantly save the time and money typically associated with software training."
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