Scanning into SharePoint with PsiCapture

Need an application for scanning documents into SharePoint?

I have been playing with the newest version of Psigen’s Advanced Capture product for digital imaging, PsiCapture. I have been selling Psigen’s products for about 4 years now, and this version resets my expectations for an advanced capture and scanning application. The product user interface has been streamlined, and the scanning workflow is as simple as clicking down the module stack on the left hand side of the GUI. There is now a comprehensive Document Type wizard, which walks you through the creation of your Document Templates. Below are some other highlights:

-The ability to enable document types for auto-import. This allows true distributed capture using MFPs, through the use of intelligent barcode cover sheets.
-A built in Barcode Creation utility that allows you to build templates, and then create cover sheets on the fly, or tie the creation to a spreadsheet or database.
-2D barcodes are now supported, and can be created with the utility.
-The reporting capability has been enhanced, and it is simple to run a number of reports on the scanning activity.
-Migration to just about any Document Management System, including a new connector to Microsoft Sharepoint / MOSS 2007

For an overview of the company, more info, reviews and datasheets, click below:

Psigen PsiCapture Information

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