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Desktop Scanning "Intelligence": No Longer An Oxymoron

Source: ibml
Ashley Keil, ibml

By Ashley Keil, ibml

It’s been reported that in a typical scanning environment, over 70% of operational costs come in the form of manual labor. Any manager in charge of an imaging operation is naturally interested to learn about innovations that could further automate and improve this labor component of the capture process.

Until recently, the operational benefits of inline scanning intelligence and document automation have only been available on very high end scanning technology. The availability of a new class of intelligent desktop scanners is now offering similar operational benefits to the mainstream capture market.

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