MFP / Copier Panel Scanning Integrations

Capture Software MFP panel integrations

As a company that has had a long-standing relationship with several major copier & multifunction printer (MFP) dealers, PSIGEN strives to provide helpful features and integrations to make the scanning process to PSI:Capture as efficient as possible. Our panel integrations provide users with an easy way to scan documents into PSI:Capture directly from the scanner.

Providing these integrations makes it easier for end-users to quickly scan documents in a way that won’t significantly interrupt the flow of their workday. It is especially useful in distributed scanning environments, where there may be multiple people scanning documents throughout the day but only a few select employees who operate PSI:Capture. Our panel integrations allow users to choose the document type and name at scan time, along with some additional options like orientation and deskewing, and then scan them straight to PSI:Capture without ever having to enter information into a computer.

PSIGEN is dedicated to helping organizations achieve efficiency in their document processes. Providing panel integrations for MFPs is just one of the ways we bring efficiency to the workplace.

If you want to find out more about the Canon or Sharp MFP Panel Integrations, or would like to inquire about panel integrations for other MFP manufacturers, contact the PSIGEN Sales Team for more information by clicking here.


  • Canon ScanFront 330 Integration Panel

    Faster, MOre Efficient Workflow

    canon 330 panel small insetAs a document capture company dedicated to working alongside top-notch MFP manufacturers to enhance user experiences, PSIGEN is constantly looking for ways to integrate our products with the best multi-function printers and scanners on the market.

    With its compact design and networked scanning capabilities, the Canon ScanFront 330 is the perfect scanner for multiple-user office environments. PSIGEN’s routing panel for the Canon ScanFront 330 provides for a quicker, more efficient workflow for users who scan documents using these scanners.

    The panel displays a set of buttons representing various document categories, such as “Invoices” or “Purchase Orders.” The user selects the appropriate category button and scans the documents, which are automatically routed to PSIcapture. From there, the documents are processed and then migrated to the document repository.

    The destination buttons located on the panel and their respective network file destinations in PSIcapture can be easily configured by the user through the PSIcapture Routing Maintenance web pages. These are available via the panel maintenance application, which the user installs along with the panel installation.



  • The PSIcapture Routing panel for Sharp’s multi-function printers provides operators with a quick and easy method for routing scanned documents directly PSIcapture for processing. The operator presses a button on the control panel that describes the document type, and the document is routed to the appropriate location for auto-import and processing by PSIcapture. The button names and their associated network destinations are configurable.

    Examples:


    Application Main Screen:

    Sharp MFP Panel - PSI:Capture Application Main Screen

    Above: A sample of the PSIcapture Routing application (Sharp MX 411x / 511x series MFP)


    PSIcapture in the MFP Homescreen:

    Sharp MFP Panel - PSI:Capture MFP Homescreen

    Above: A sample of the PSIcapture Routing application in the homescreen (Sharp MX 411x / 511x series MFP)


    For inquiries on Sharp MFP Panel Integration, and panel integrations for other MFP manufacturers, contact the PSIGEN Sales Team for more information by clicking here.

    capture 150x225PSIGEN's PSIcapture provides an automated and efficient scanning, capture and imaging onramp to any SharePoint implementation (MOSS, WSS, 2010 or Office 365). The scanning software offers a simple, easy to configure import wizard for existing sites, and even enables the automatic creation of Document Libraries and columns. Be up and running in a matter of minutes.

  • The PSIGEN Routing Panel for Toshiba scanning devices is innovative in its simplicity. It provides a minimalist, easy-to-configure interface that allows the user to scan documents from a Toshiba scanning device directly into a PSIcapture workflow and then auto-route them to their destination.

    What makes PSIGEN’s Panel so unique is that it allows the user to send documents through a full PSIcapture workflow by simply selecting a destination at scan time. The key to the Panel’s powerful functionality is in the configuration. The Panel routes scanned documents into a PSIcapture workflow, which can be fully automated to require little-to-no user intervention. PSIcapture then migrates the processed documents to the destination—an ECM or other document repository. This whole process can be accomplished by scanning with the PSIcapture Routing Panel for Toshiba.

    The administrator can configure the panel by accessing the PSIcapture Routing Maintenance web pages. Within the configuration, the administrator is able to assign security roles such as Accounting or Legal, to both users and buttons. These assigned roles can then be used to determine which buttons will be displayed for a given user. The administrator will also determine the default file name for each scanned document, and a date/time stamp will be added to the end of each file name.

    The administrator can easily add or remove a Toshiba scanning device from the list of connected devices as company needs change, up to the amount allowed by the license.



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