There are hundreds of document imaging applications that include
simple scanning capabilities. Realistically, there are only two companies that focus
only on a sophisticated,
high volume, front-end scanning solution as part of the document
management chain - Kofax and J&K
KAB uses J&K's front-end capture software,
DpuScan, for the following reasons:
- Half the price of our main competitor
No limitations or additional fees for numbers of scans or PDF
Does not require scripting or programming language to set-up
And you still get all of the sophisticated
functionalities, such as:
- Bates stamping capability
- Kodak Image Header support
- Freely-defined, automatic file and directory name
- Advanced digital color filtering and multistream
- Ability to scan directly to multi/single page PDF, JFIF,
TIFF, and JPEG
- And much more!
SCANNING - WHAT DO YOU REALLY GET?
supply the "front end" of the document management
Today every Management
(IT) System, including those from mid-size businesses to large
has to include some kind of document management, document workflow,
document archive and document retrieval system. Today's systems
no longer consist of a simple database as they used to, and to remain
competitive, companies develop sophisticated systems dedicated to
their specific industry, business model, business workflow, market and
Many industries have specific vertical IT vendors and software
packages as part of their management systems, such as those for
manufacturing, legal, finance, insurance, healthcare, education and
Information Management By The Numbers
Did You Know?
of corporate memory exists on paper
Of all the pages that get handled each day in the average office, 90%
are merely shuffled
The average document gets copied 19 times
Companies spend $20 in labor to file a document, $120 in labor to find a
misfiled document, and $220 in labor to reproduce a lost document.
7.5% of all documents get lost, 3% of the remainder get
Professionals spend 5-15% of their time reading information, but up to
50% looking for it.
There are over 4 trillion paper documents in the U.S. alone - growing at
a rate of 22% per year.