Kodak’s Smart Touch Document Scanners Improve Productivity for SharePoint Users with Atalasoft, Inc.’s Scan-to-SharePoint Solution17 Sep, 2008
Kodak’s Smart Touch Document Scanners Improve Productivity for SharePoint Users with Atalasoft, Inc.’s Scan-to-SharePoint Solution
Rochester, NY (September 9, 2008) - Through the simplicity of a single touch,
businesses can rapidly and easily scan and send documents to Microsoft
SharePoint. Kodak is offering Atalasoft, Inc.’s Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint
Software free, enabling scanned files to be sent directly to the widely used
content management tool via Kodak’s convenient and easy to use SmartTouch
feature available on select Kodak desktop scanners.
The combination of Kodak’s Perfect Page image enhancement and user friendly Smart Touch technologies embedded within KODAK Scanners used with Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint Software helps make information from paper documents available more easily accessible, readable and usable for SharePoint libraries. The KODAK SCANMATE i1120 Scanner, the KODAK i1220 Scanner, the KODAK i1320 Scanner and the KODAK i1420 Scanner, are among the first scanners to offer compatibility with Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint Software.
“With more than 100 million users currently subscribed to Microsoft SharePoint, it is evident that businesses are looking for ways to make it easier to collaborate on content across their offices and locations,” said Bill Bither, President and CEO, Atalasoft, Inc., a member of Kodak’s Independent Software Vendor program. “We’re happy to provide this useful and free software for KODAK Scanners to compliment our new Vizit suite of products for making it easy to view, annotate, and clean up documents in SharePoint using just a browser, allowing virtually any business to establish a true document repository for sharing information.”
The Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint Software allows users to configure shortcuts to commonly used document libraries to streamline workflow process saving minutes for each scanned document and to eliminate errors when identifying the file destination. The free software is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and Vista Operating Systems.
“Microsoft SharePoint is an important tool for our industry that is allowing many more businesses to begin using an enterprise content management (ECM) system to get organized and make information accessible through a centralized location,” said Rod Hughes, Director of Marketing, United States and Canada, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “We’re working with Atalasoft to make it easier for businesses to convert documents from hard copy to digital and make them readily available for an individual anywhere within an organization, whether they are within the same office, or across the country.”
Kodak will demonstrate Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint Software with KODAK Scanners
at several stops of the 2008 AIIM Roadshows, including Boston, Oct. 16; and
Chicago, Oct. 23.
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