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Fujitsu to Demonstrate Document Imaging Scanning Solutions at the AIIM ON DEMAND

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

SAN JOSE, Calif., May9 -- Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc., a market leader in document imaging scanners and services, today announced it will exhibit and conduct product demonstrations of its workgroup, departmental and production-level document imaging scanning solutions at the Fujitsu booth, #500, during the AIIM ON DEMAND Conference and Expo, May 17-19, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Fujitsu offers its customers an array of document imaging scanning solutions and service programs that assist with streamlining business processes, reduced operation costs, better record management for regulatory compliance, enhanced document security, and increased productivity. The Fujitsu fi-60F, fi-4120C2, fi-4530C, fi-4860C, fi-5110C, fi-5650C, fi-5750C, and the new ScanSnap(TM) fi-5110EOX2 scanning solutions are a few of the Fujitsu scanners that help customers meet their document imaging demands. These scanners feature fast scan speeds, incredible paper-handling capabilities, superior image quality, user flexibility, exceptional software bundles, and will be displayed at the Fujitsu booth. During the conference Fujitsu will provide live product demonstrations of its document imaging scanning solutions and will conduct a contest for a free Harley Davidson motorcycle. The winner will be selected during a raffle at the Fujitsu booth, #500, on May 19 at 12:30 p.m. To view the latest Fujitsu scanning solutions and learn more on how to enter the contest, feel free to stop by the Fujitsu booth. For any additional information or appointments please contact Jennifer Reynolds at (650) 228-5180 to schedule an appointment.




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