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AnyDoc Software Certifies OPEX DS1225 Scanner for Enhanced document and Data Capture

17 December 2009

AnyDoc Software, Inc., an award-winning developer of automated document, data capture, and classification solutions, has announced that it has certified the OPEX DS1225™ scanner for use with AnyDoc Software’s solutions.

The certified integration ensures seamless performance between the OPEX DS1225 TWAIN-driven scanner and AnyDoc®CAPTUREit™ for remote and local document capture, including output to AnyDoc Software’s complete suite of products.

"OPEX is very happy to see our DS1225 scanner platform fully integrated with AnyDoc’s software products," said Mark Smith, Director of Product Planning at OPEX.  "The combined solution offers an excellent return on investment by greatly reducing or eliminating hidden costs in document capture and payment processing."

The DS1225 is a mid-volume production scanner which eliminates the need for a separate document preparation process.  Documents can simply be dropped on the conveyor and automatically aligned, flattened, and imaged regardless of variable sizes and thicknesses.  This simplifies the processing of nearly any business document, including providing one-touch payment processing of transactions featuring the mix of checks, remittances, and correspondence.  In a single step, the DS1225 can scan, capture, read check MICR code, print an audit trail, and sort checks from other documents.

"By certifying the OPEX scanner with AnyDoc CAPTUREit, we’ve successfully integrated two champion technologies to provide a seamless solution," commented Samuel Schrage, president of AnyDoc Software.  "Now a significant portion of manual processes, including document preparation and manual data entry, can be eliminated.  This brings the automated workflow closer to the point of document receipt, driving down processing costs."

The DS1225 is the first OPEX scanner to incorporate TWAIN drivers.  Completely integrated with AnyDoc CAPTUREit, all features inherent in the TWAIN interface are supported for maximum value and productivity.  DS1225 features such as magnetic MICR, inline recognition, and document sorting are built into CAPTUREit’s user interface so that no scripting is required, ensuring ease-of-use and a low cost of ownership.  This complements AnyDoc’s earlier integration with the OPEX AS3690i™ high-volume production mail scanner and OPEX CertainScan™ capture software.

In addition to a user-friendly design, with Virtual Multi-Stream™, bi-tonal images can be created from scanned colour or grayscale documents.  This allows an unaltered colour document image to be archived in a back-end repository in support of compliance requirements, and also creates a black-and-white document image which is optimized for use within OCR for AnyDoc® to maximize data capture speed and recognition accuracy.

The integration also enhances performance by seamlessly transferring the metadata captured by the DS1225—such as the output bin, imprinter string data, and the check MICR code—to OCR for AnyDoc.  Transferred data can be utilized to validate data captured independently by the recognition engines within OCR for AnyDoc.  In this way, the document and transaction data captured at scan time provides increased visibility for each document in the workflow, maximizing accuracy and productivity without any manual intervention.

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