What is document scanning?

Document Scanning is the process of using document scanning software and high-spec document scanners to convert an image of the paper to a digital format. The digital images can then be indexed and stored in the leading Electronic Document Management system named mstore, which gives your users the ability to search through millions of scanned documents in a matter of moments. Including extra features such as Automated Document Retention, Workflow, Version Control and User Access Control.

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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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