How do I create a scanning onramp for SharePoint?
Any device, Any Document, Any Time. PSIGEN's flagship product, PSI:Capture Enterprise provides advanced capture capabilities utilizing dedicated scanners or any network scanning device to provide document imaging. Accelerate your scanning through this flexible, scalable, powerful tool.
What type of information can I capture when scanning to SharePoint?
Document scanning is not just about converting paper into digital files, it is also about capturing important data about the file so it can be retrieved quickly and easily. PSI:Capture provides numerous ways to capture information on documents, including: Zone OCR, Barcode detection and full text OCR.
Can I utilize my fax, scanning copier or MFPs to scan to SharePoint?
Every copier, fax and MFP today can provide the ability to scan to TIFF or PDF. Unfortunately, most devices lack the features within their firmware to provide standardization, integration and migration to SharePoint. PSI:Capture can enhance the capabilities of any scanning device through our robust feature set.
What type of scanner can I use with PSI:Capture?
Organizations are utilizing SharePoint to store a wide variety of documents. What type of volume are you scanning? Do you want to centralize your scanning process, or distribute? No matter the scanning device, PSI:Capture provides the flexibility to deploy in any environment.
How important are traditional document imaging features?
Document imaging is both art and science, and a robust imaging feature set can provide efficiency, standardization and automation to any document scanning and capture implementation. PSI:Capture was born in scanning service bureaus, and has all the features and power to make your project a true success.
How do I convert image files to searchable PDFs with OCR (in place) in SharePoint?
In order to create searchable PDF files from existing TIFF images and/or existing non-searchable PDF files, you need a fast and flexible OCR application. PSI:Capture provides a SharePoint OCR engine as an option, tuned for speed, accuracy, or flexibility.