IDEAL’s ScanDEX 2.5 Supports Color Images and Receives Email Images
Press release from the issuing company
February 5, 2001, Rockville, MD -IDEAL.com announces the release of ScanDEX 2.5. This multi-field scanning and indexing software product offers users a multitude of new features, including color image support, email image support, advanced multi-page capability, direct printer support, and more. ScanDEX 2.5 offers an easy solution of scanning and indexing documents for CAD, AEC, FM, manufacturing, GIS, graphic design, office, technical, legal, or aperture card markets.
The new color image support feature, ScanOS, enables scanning and indexing of color documents. This optional module of the ScanDEX family performs color calibration allowing maximum color accuracy on IDEAL/Contex large format color scanners and ISIS supported scanners.
Email image support enables ScanDEX to receive Emailed images directly into the pending files folder with the option of automatically indexing and archiving the image. Users can choose to be notified when a new record has been inserted in the archive. The email notification contains a link to the record.
The advanced multi-page capability enables the use of banner-pages to separate records. The banner pages also can be used for auto-indexing the records.
Direct 36" wide printer support includes Xerox 8830, Oce 9400 and KIP printers. ScanDEX also is compatible with Windows drivers.
"Eliminate the headaches of finding your paper drawings and large color graphics by storing them in a indexed digital archive," states Avner Skolnik, IDEAL's Product Manager. "ScanDEX provides an easy to use large format document management system that is fully portable to other databases and applications, including IntraNETIX, IDEAL's browser based document acquisition and distribution software."
Other new features of ScanDEX 2.5 include the ability to run multiple large format and small format scanners simultaneously, and a tree view of records similar to Windows Explorer.
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