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Paradigm Imaging Group Announces the New Colortrac SmartWorks TOUCH Software

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Costa Mesa, CA – Paradigm Imaging Group, the North American distributor for Colortrac, Inc., announces the release of SmartWorks TOUCH, a newly enhanced scanning software program designed specifically by Colortrac. SmartWorks TOUCH uses a completely new and intuitive graphic interface which simplifies and speeds up the scanning process. It is included with all SmartLF SC Xpress, Gx+ T56, and Professional MFP scanner solutions.

The new SmartWorks TOUCH has extended functionality while reducing complexity through a single touchscreen interface. Now with added capability to export to 13 file formats and having unlimited scan length capability, SmartWorks TOUCH greatly simplifies the creation and management of scanned files. Other software features include printing archived scan files, adjust and create unlimited presets, will copy to all Windows driver printers, and Online Help for step-by-step explanation of copy functionality.

The user experience has been enhanced with having an intuitive, simple-to-use, touch interface that provides real-time scanner status and file information with the software’s single screen control. There is freedom to zoom and pan the image preview and save any modified factory present. The software automates the scan quality with no intervention so the user gets the scan right the first time making this software perfect for in-house scanning.

“The new SmartWorks Touch interface is  well thought out and intuitive which will greatly enhance the user experience,” said Randy Geesman, President of Paradigm Imaging Group.


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