Plustek Technology has announced the availability of the eScan A350 for GlobalSearch, another option in the new eScan A350 line of network attached document scanning kiosks. The new eScan A350 for GlobalSearch provides an integrated experience out-of-the-box with Square 9 Softworks’ GlobalSearch Enterprise Content Management solution.
The eScan for GlobalSearch A350 allows users to build destination buttons that scan documents directly to the GlobalSearch database archives. The buttons appear on the home screen of the A350 touch panel display, and each can be configured with its own unique scan settings. Users can choose to enter index data using the touch panel or save the document unindexed and use Square 9’s point and click OCR-assisted KeyFree Indexing tool from their desktop.
“The Plustek eScan A350 for GlobalSearch represents a shift in the scanning industry to a much more integrated experience,” said Michael Frattini, senior vice president, operations at Square 9. “Whether used as a kiosk or on the desktop, GlobalSearch users will experience significant productivity gains by leveraging the Plustek eScan A350 for their scanning needs.”
The new eScan for GlobalSearch A350 connects via ethernet or Wi-Fi and provides a completely integrated experience built into the large 7” touch panel display. Additional functionality includes long paper mode to scan pages up to 200” in length, ultrasonic misfeed detection to reduce data loss, and the ability to process an unlimited number of scanning jobs. No PC or additional software is needed. The new scanner can be easily integrated with both on-premise configurations of GlobalSearch as well as Square 9’s GlobalSearch C2 cloud-hosted solution, according to Square 9.
“With state-of-the-art image quality, paper handling, and performance, Square 9 GlobalSearch users will find that the A350 family are the most productive document scanners available today,” said Johnson Yang, vice president of Plustek Americas region. “Both enterprises and small businesses will benefit from these scanners. They are easier to setup and use than traditional document scanners or MFPs.”
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