New Kodak Alaris Departmental Document Scanners for Fighting ‘Storm’ of Paper Documents

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kodak alaris scannersKodak Alaris is rolling out new document scanners, designed in particular for insurance companies, government agencies, and healthcare facilities facing a a constant “storm” of paper documents that must be scanned and integrated into business processes. 

Kodak Alaris – previously known as Kodak Document Imaging before it was acquired by the U.K. Kodak Pension Plan in September 2013 – is adding two new scanners to the i3000 series, the i3250 and i3450, which feature a built-in, book-edge A4 flatbed scanner to allow users to scan file folders, book pages, magazines, passports, torn documents, and more, while the book-edge scanning feature scans the entire width of book pages. The i3000 Series scanners consists of A3-size rotary-style desktop scanners capable of scanning multiple document types. The i3000 Series Scanners now also feature faster document scanning speeds, including the i3400, which scans at 90 ppm. (Existing i3000 Series Scanner customers can upgrade the scanning speed on their scanner models with a free download that’s available here.)

Also new are the i4200 Plus and i4600 Plus scanners, which Kodak says are now more powerful, allowing users to achieve consistent throughput at 200 and 300 dpi in bi-tonal and color modes. Kodak says its i4000 series scanners are designed to help end users cost-effectively automate document-capture and management, and combine walk-up ease of use, one-touch scanning, comprehensive software capabilities, and simplified integration within new or existing document-management processes.For remote monitoring and maintenance, the i3000 and i4000 Series Scanners work with Kodak’s Asset Management Software. This software features a dashboard for monitoring current status. Users can register, install, configure, and maintain scanners, as well as diagnose and troubleshoot them remotely with easy-to-access scanner logs.

For more on the i4000 series visit Kodak Alaris here, and here for the i3000 series.

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