Document Scanners in Ontario: Considerations for Choosing the Right One (Part 3 of 4)

Posted by admin on Sep 5, 2011 3:13:05 PM

This blog post is the third of a 4-part series that will describe the benefits of document scanners in Ontario

Networked Scanners. Today’s geographically dispersed workforce requires efficient collaboration. With networked scanners, organizations can link branches and workers across the globe. Users simply load documents, access the network, and press a button to send a scanned version to another location on the company’s network.

Networked scanners streamline document management, but they also provide a “green” solution for ecologically-minded organizations. No more copying documents multiple times on a copy machine and sending paper throughout the organization.

Cheque Scanners. Financial transactions take place in a variety of scenarios. In addition to banks and retail stores, corporate accounting departments process payments from customers. Advanced solutions generally scan up to 190 cheques per minute.

Wide-Format Scanners. Often companies need to outsource scanning of large documents such as blueprints, technical drawings, sketches and maps. Turnaround times can impede productivity. And, the expense over time can easily justify a wide-format scanner investment in many situations.

These scanners can offer high resolutions up to 1200 dpi and speeds up to 12 inches per second. With easy one-touch interfaces, users can scan to a file, printer or network location. Most companies requiring this type of scanning capability find a favorable cost/benefit analysis.

For more information about Ontario document scanners, continue to visit our blog or contact MES Hybrid Document Systems.

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