New Windsor, NY – August 27, 2015 – DocuWare, a leader in the ECM industry, has tested and certified the Panasonic KV-S1057C scanner with their latest version, DocuWare 6.7. This Panasonic high speed workgroup scanner quickly and easily integrates into a DocuWare installation, allowing users to effortlessly turn paper documents into digital files. Documents of various types, sizes, and lengths can be scanned and simultaneously delivered directly into a virtual DocuWare tray for further processing.
Utilizing either TWAIN or WIA drivers, the KV-S1057C’s digital images can provide a fully searchable PDF for filing in DocuWare. Users have the ability to control color or B&W, Simplex or Duplex, DPI and page sizes.
“Panasonic has been a well-known worldwide brand for many years, creating many great and unique products in the electronics industry. So it is no surprise that the KV-S1057C was found to be an easy to set-up and use scanner that is reliable and completely compatible with DocuWare 6.7,” said Steve Behm, DocuWare Vice President for Sales, Americas. Behm continues: “Therefore we are pleased to certify it for use with DocuWare.”
With DocuWare’s ability to manage any type of document, regardless of format or source, in one central document pool; one search will result in all the records needed for any business transaction – available on a desktop, tablet or smartphone. Digital files are accessible worldwide with secure authorized access.
“As businesses continue to transition from paper to digital the need for reliable hardware combined with intuitive software is essential,” said Peter Bedell, Senior Business Development Manager, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “Now that our award-winning KV-S1057 scanner is certified to work with DocuWare, our customers will be able to securely and efficiently manage and search documents of all types and sizes.”
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