McLeod Software has released a new version of their DocumentPower Enterprise business process management and automation solution. This new version includes an expanded set of bar code capabilities and enhancements that gives companies greater flexibility and accuracy in auto-indexing.
University of Delaware just announced that they have selected OCLC WorldShare Management Services as a Web-based cooperative library management system for metadata management, acquisitions, circulation, discovery, license management and workflow improvements.
EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) maybe in the perfect spot to benefit from the formal merging of EBSCO A-to-Z® and LinkSource® into EBSCO’s overall discovery solution.
Kodak recently announced that South Africa-based mining group, Exxaro, has purchased some of their products, specifically the Scan Station 500 network scanners and Capture Pro Software Auto Import Edition software, to enhance their strategic electronic document management system (EDMS).
PaperErasers, Inc. is known for their online document management and scanning services. They are now offering a new service of advance paper management solutions to their customers, new and old.
Few other fields of business depend on documents like those in sales and marketing. Between proposals, contracts and marketing reports, it is essential that these documents are available when needed. However, reviewing and accessing these documents is not always so simple. This calls for a document management strategy.
Exxaro has purchased Scan Station 500 network scanners and Capture Pro Software Auto Import Edition software from Kodak for their document management system. Utilizing Microsoft SharePoint 2010, they will have a single consolidated document management system. The benefits include knowledge sharing and easy access to information across multiple sites.
Tyler Technologies has landed agreements with five counties in Texas for their document management needs. Tyler’s Eagle Recording software solution is currently used in 17 states, including Texas where 28 counties already use Tyler systems to help manage Land and Vital Records.
Still looking for that perfect gift for the historian or librarian in your life? How about a mobile scanner? This fun and useful product from Flip runs on four AA batteries and has a 2 GB SD memory card installed. The appearance is deceptive with only a 6.5×10 flatbed scanner, but it runs well and the quality of the images stood up to various forms of testing, according to one writer.
Iron Mountain has opened a document scanning and indexing center to help organizations across Europe make the most of their information within stringent national and EU regulation. The center uses the latest technology to provide a suite of document management services for organizations of all sizes and from all sectors.