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OPEX Releases New Document Capture Platform with Integrated Extraction

05 August 2010

OPEX Corporation has announced the release of its next generation AS-series scanner – the AS7200 – the world’s most efficient out-of-the-envelope scanning platform. The successor to the AS3690 high-speed production scanner, the AS7200 operator can open, extract, capture, process in-line, print an audit trail, and sort mail contents without a separate preparation process.

The AS7200 sets a new standard for scanning excellence with its all-new imager and improved feeder. It can perform in-line recognition of barcodes, optical character recognition (OCR), optical mark-sense recognition (OMR), magnetic ink character recognition (MICR), and document type classification. When configured with optional VRS Technology, a variety of additional optimizations can be performed in-line, including content-based rotation, background smoothing, and more. These new features provide unmatched image quality, recognition, and cleanup at full speed, in full colour, and full resolution.SLee@opex.com or visit www.opex.com

"We are excited to announce the latest addition to our AS-series of scanners," said Mark Smith, Director of Product Planning for OPEX Corporation. "The AS7200 takes the proven technology of the AS3690 and advances it with additional features, higher image quality, and improved reliability. With these new and exciting features, plus 300 dpi native capture, we anticipate that the AS7200 will set the standard as the premier document imaging solution for remittance and forms processing applications – including service bureaux, insurance companies, healthcare providers, government departments and many more. "

Whether integrated into an OPEX Rapid Extraction Desk (AS7200i) or used as a standalone universal capture platform (AS7200t), the AS7200 greatly reduces preparation, paper handling, post-processing labour, and other costly tasks required in conventional scanning processes. This not only improves efficiency, but results in superior transactional integrity. As documents are removed from envelopes and scanned in one step. Operators can view each image to ensure it is properly captured and identified. This reduces time-consuming and costly re-scanning later in the process. The AS7200 is able to scan a wide range of irregular, folded, and damaged media without the need for careful stacking, jogging, or document repair.

Other notable features include an all-new feeder with improved reliability which utilizes OPEX’s exclusive drop-feed technology, packet feed and auto feed capabilities, enhanced OPEX CertainScan™ Capture Software, and the ability to scan documents up to 12.25" x 18.25" and A3.

For further details and corporate information please contact OPEX Europe at 0161 776 4033; email


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