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IBML Enables Easier Integration of its Intelligent High-Volume Desktop Production Scanners

Friday, October 12, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

IBML announces today the launch of ISIS and TWAIN drivers for its high volume desktop production scanners – the DS 1155 and DS 1210 scanner models – which extends the value of these popular devices by enabling easy integration with most document capture solutions.

The DS 1155 scanner is able to process up to 155 pages per minute (ppm) with the DS 1210 rated to process up to 210 ppm making it the fastest desktop production scanner in the world.

The scanners are ideal for use in a range of industries. This includes banking, insurance, healthcare, government and BPOs[1] where the necessity to lower paper digitising costs is critical and organisations require a scalable platform which is easy to implement and can be upgraded to automate key business processes at the point of capture. IBML’s DS series scanners are perfect for digital mail rooms and other environments where space is at a premium and the workload high.

“Our customers can now take advantage of these intelligent scanners to replace existing standard desktop scanners within their existing capture solution, ensuring no productivity loss with existing users” said Ashley Keil, IBML’s sales director, Northern & Western Europe, Africa & India.

Intelligence features designed to cope with the most demanding scanning environments
The staff time to deal with documents pre and post scanning contribute to more than 75% of total cost of scanning. IBML’s intelligent scanning technology helps customers to reduce their total cost of capture by:

  • Re-using separator sheets from large batches reducing costs of separator sheets in scanning;
  • Out sorting to different pockets based on the content of documents reducing post scan document assembly costs;
  • Intelligent exception handling detects errors or missing information in documents early in the capture process to avoid costly repetition;
  • Left justified feeding simplifies inserting mixed documents into a scanner and helps save time and money as jams are minimised and document preparation time reduced;
  • Intelligent printing based on document content helps secure the document capture process and creates audit trails for records management and compliance purposes enabling easier retrieval of physical records.

Customers document capture needs are changing. Whilst clearly fast scanning for archival purposes is still required, many customers want to augment this and incorporate scanned information directly into their business workflows which by definition have business rules attached to the capture process. Those business rules can be automated with intelligent scanning technology.

Keil explains, “The DS series enables users to migrate from traditional scanning approaches, which will allow them to use the scanners initially as they use other scanners today and then derive greater value by adding intelligence. IBML’s DS series is a disruptive technology in scanning that delivers greater value and benefits yet with investment similar to our customers current default scanner vendors.”

Keil concludes, “Our DS scanners ultimately help reduce the cost of document scanning and go a long way to future protect users who’s scanning needs are changing day by day as the document management market becomes more focused on day forward business-process based applications. And users get high performance equipment at no extra cost which is obviously key.”

For further information, visit the web at www.ibml.com or contact eurosales@ibml.com

[1] Business Process Outsourcers

 

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