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DocuLex Updates Professional Capture

28 Sep, 2005

DocuLex Updates Professional Capture

Document imaging and management software creator DocuLex (www.doculex.com) has released the anticipated update of the company’s flagship document imaging program Professional Capture.

“DocuLex Professional Capture now offers even greater ease-of-use with enhanced document imaging capabilities, benefiting users in organizations of all sizes and document volumes,” comments Tim Nissen, marketing director for DocuLex. “This program’s become the industry leader for comprehensive, cost-effective scanning, image processing, content indexing and export. All the production tools are here, with a convenient user layout.”

Utilizing barcode technology creating customized document separator sheets, the program enables document scanning, content indexing, image quality control, full text and zonal optical character recognition (OCR) in 10 prominent international languages. Additional capabilities include image coding and endorsing, conversion to PDF Image + Text, TIFF, JPG, CSV or ASCII, with high-speed printing and export to most prominent document management systems.

DocuLex Professional Capture is a Windows-based, open-system format program, easy to operate for document imaging beginners while flexible for experienced users. The program supports SCSI & TWAIN-driven B/W and color desktop and production scanners, as well as digital multifunctional scanning/copying/printing/faxing units, and is compatible with most prominent document management systems, including DocuLex WebSearch.

For additional information on DocuLex Professional Capture, call DocuLex at (863) 297-3691 ext. 209, email info@doculex.com or request an online program demonstration at http://www.doculex.com/downloads.asp. To update versions of Professional Capture, see http://www.doculex.com/downloadupdates.asp.

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