Nothing But Love ...

Scanning difficult documents shouldn’t interfere with the success of your business: After all, ugly documents need love, too! With the OPEX Falcon, service bureaus now have the ability to confidentially go after messier jobs, as well as highly sensitive documents and remittance work. Learn how one company can scan small-sized, damaged, and fragile pages without incident! 

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Lockbox Integration Cuts Processing Costs, Ensures Privacy
By A2iA Corporation

With over 30 million lockbox payments being processed each month, how do you minimize fraud, ensure timely deposits, and still produce an ROI?

AMS: Thinking Inside The Box
By ibml

Archive Management Systems is a leading records management company providing secure archive scanning services in the United Kingdom. Committed to delivering world-class archive management services, their clients include NHS departments, doctors, law firms, charities, and financial organizations.

The Promise Of Metadata: Bringing Order To Content Chaos
By Mika Javanainen, M-Files Corporation

A significant amount of structured data and unstructured content is scattered across a variety of applications, network drives, and devices. With important content assets residing within these disconnected information siloes, finding the right information is not only difficult, but also time-consuming. Bringing order to this environment of content chaos is fast becoming a strategic imperative.

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OPEX FalconV RED Digital Mailroom Document Scanning Workstation

Regardless of your document imaging needs, FalconV RED is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting digital mailroom workflow challenges. Incorporating two additional sort bins and enhanced multifeed detection, FalconV RED combines OPEX’s innovative one-step scanning process with the most efficient mail opening and extraction unit on the market, the OPEX Model 72 Rapid Extraction Desk.

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