Most people are familiar with scan devices (single-function scanners, multifunction printers that scan, etc.), but they aren’t necessarily aware that software exists to help with scanning. This blog post will provide examples of ways that scanning & data capture software can enhance the document scanning process within organizations.
Use of scanning & data capture software
Before delving into the main components of scanning & capture software, we’ll take a look at the use of this software within U.S. companies (SMBs and enterprises included). As shown in the chart below, larger companies are most likely to have already invested in this software; companies with 100 to 499 employees are most likely to be considering it.
Companies with 1 to 99 employees most commonly have no plans to invest in scanning & capture solutions; digging deeper, it is those with 1 to 49 employees that are most likely to fall into this category (44%).
Are you considering purchasing scanning & data capture software?
Source: Keypoint Intelligence-InfoTrends research
What is scanning & data capture software?
Scanning & data capture software is software that is either embedded in a multifunction printer (MFP) or single-function scanner, or attached to a PC or server-based capture solution. It enables businesses to efficiently capture, process, and route documents to a document management system, an electronic content management platform, business process automation software, or other business applications.
The following paragraphs discuss the key components of this solution:
Scanning & capture software solutions can be used to efficiently merge information trapped in paper with a company’s digital solutions. Key characteristics of scanning & data capture solutions include the ability to capture, process, and route documents to a digital archive and/or process. For more information on how this kind of solution can help your business, speak with your technology provider(s) today.
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