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document imaging

n
(Computer Science) computing the process of converting paper documents into an electronic or digital format
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Part of U of M's attraction to ImageNow is its "interpretation engine," dubbed LearnMode, which allows the document imaging and management technology to integrate with the university's ERP, PeopleSoft, Levy says.
The new processors will allow document imaging manufacturers to significantly reduce their development costs and design cycles, and to deliver products with ASIC-like performance that are based on programmable silicon building blocks.
The software he developed is the now widely-available Samson Capture suite of imaging applications, which is distinct from other imaging software in that it does not treat document imaging as a stand-alone application.
A typical document imaging system comprises hardware components for input, storage and retrieval.
TechNavio's report, the Document Imaging Management Market in the US 2010-2014, has been prepared based on an in-depth analysis of the market with inputs from industry experts.
Kyocera's goal is to engineer innovative, high-quality document imaging products for any application or work environment.
Organizations supporting the development of the new printing and document imaging certification include:
Cranel Imaging complements the expertise of its value-added resellers with specialty document imaging knowledge, a flexible business approach and the ability to effectively represent VARs needs to manufacturer organizations.
More information about Kodak document imaging scanners is available at www.
Hudson Community Enterprises today announced that the State of New Jersey, working with Metro Scanning and ACCSES New Jersey/CNA, has put document imaging services on the set aside program under New Jersey State Contract.
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