Canon to Preview New Network Document Scanner, the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400

Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 400

Canon imageFORMULA ScanFront 400

Canon U.S.A. reports that it will preview a new network document scanner, the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400, at the ARMA 2016 trade show being held September 25-27 at the San Antonio Convention Center in Texas. The new scanner is designed for applications such as record-management efforts in both government and the private sector.

At the show, Canon says it will show how its document scanners are capable of capturing information in a highly secure, streamlined, and organized manner.

“Guests at this year’s ARMA show will have the exclusive opportunity to preview our new offering in the networked document scanner market, as well as our existing line-up of image capture devices,” said Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager of Canon U.S.A.’s Business Imaging Solutions Group. “Those in attendance will get a first-hand look at how Canon’s devices are well positioned to handle the scanning needs of a variety of markets, specifically in the public sector where speed and security are two major factors in handling documents.”

Attendees will be able to preview the imageFORMULA ScanFront 400 networked document scanner, which will be released in the fourth quarter of 2016. Canon says the new scanner “builds off of the success of Canon’s existing imageFORMULA ScanFront 330 scanner, providing high-quality image processing with faster speed as well as improved document feeding and transport.”

Designed for ad-hoc and transactional data-capture in large corporate departments, local offices, and customer-service environments, the new scanner is said to provide  more efficient document sharing and processing.

Canon will also show its various other image-capture devices, including the imageFORMULA DR-M160II Office Document Scanner and the imageFORMULA DR-G1130 Production Document Scanner. Guests in attendance will be able to see how these two devices interact with Canon’s CaptureOnTouch software, as well as how to scan their documents to different folders, convert scanned files into PDFs, or send them to third-party cloud applications. Also on-hand will be the imageFORMULA P-215II “Scan-tini” Mobile Document Scanner, which features a slim and portable design to enable users to scan while away from the office.

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