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Digitech Systems PaperVision Capture Desktop: Document Capture Technology

Document Capture TechnologyAnnounced last year, Digitech Systems PaperVision Capture Desktop is designed to run on a single workstation without a database, providing single users with the document capture capabilities of enterprise-class capture applications. These include scanning, indexing, barcode recognition, image processing, zonal and full-text optical character recognition (OCR), and so much more.

Who can benefit from Digitech Systems PaperVision Capture Desktop?

Papervision Capture Desktop is perfect for any company with the need to capture documents electronically, but do not have the budget to make a significant investment in scanners, software, and staff to support ongoing scanning and indexing efforts or pay a service bureau to pick up, scan, and deliver the documents electronically.

Although there are free and open source capture software applications available, most are designed for personal, not professional, use. Before Papervision Capture Desktop document conversion was simply not cost effective for businesses to perform in-house.

Benefits of Digitech Systems PaperVision Capture Desktop

  1. Relatively low price
  2. Ease of use
  3. Limited hardware requirements
  4. Rapid adoption is straightforward

Papervision Capture Desktop’s low price and ease of use opens up new opportunities for smaller companies to gain the same benefits from electronic document capture.

If you want to learn more about Papervision Capture Desktop from Digitech Systems, contact Micro Records Company, Inc. Digitech Systems offers its comprehensive ECM product suite exclusively through its Value-Added Resellers, like Micro Records, a leading document imaging company that provides value pricing and quality document conversion deliverables.

You can reach Micro Records by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit! You can also follow Micro Records on FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+, and YouTube as well!

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