How does the digital pen work?

Digital snapshots of the pattern on the paper are taken automatically when writing. More than 50 snapshots per second are taken and each snapshot provides sufficient data to determine the precise position of the pen and what it is writing or drawing. This also includes the time each penstroke was made as well as which paper form it was writing on. All this data is then stored in the pen’s memory as a series of coordinates. A digital pen can store up to 50 full A4 pages before being uploaded to an application.

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What is form processing software?

Wednesday 9 April 2014 16:10

Form processing software is used to automate the capture of data from paper forms and enter it into a database. It is used to process large volumes of forms instead of having to manually input data which is both labour intensive and costly.

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How can I find out more about scanning purchase invoices?

Thursday 20 February 2014 15:21

Many organisations are now considering scanning their purchase invoices as a more efficient way of processing and storing them in paper format.

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