OTG Software Announces Certification of Latest Canon Scanner
Press release from the issuing company
ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct. 12 - OTG Software Inc., a leading provider of online data storage, data access and email management solutions, today announced the certification of the new Canon DR-5060F Hybrid Document Scanner with its XtenderSolutions suite for enterprise content management. OTG is among the first group of software vendors to certify the scanner.
The scanner with a photographic memory, the Canon DR-5060F can simultaneously record images to a PC and to obsolescence-proof microfilm, offering state-of-the-art document management and a back-up system in one compact unit. The only digital scanner with built-in, long-term archival recording, the Canon DR-5060F enables image files to be accessible and readable 20, 50, even 100 years in the future, despite changes in storage technology.
"When Canon entered the paper scanner business in 1996, OTG was one of the first software companies to certify that their software was compatible with the Canon DR-3020. Since that time they have certified all of our scanners and have proven to be a true partner of Canon dealers,'' says Robert J. Stankard, Director and General Manager of Image Filing System Division. "We are pleased to have OTG's certification of the DR-5060F and we are looking forward to a successful relationship.''
OTG's XtenderSolutions family of advanced software solutions offers a complete product suite for promoting the effective use of information across the organization. XtenderSolutions support an entire organization with state- of-the-art, Web-enabled solutions for document management, workflow, email management, and data storage management. XtenderSolutions helps deliver fast, impressive returns on investment by reducing technology costs, boosting user productivity and minimizing corporate risks.
"OTG is pleased to provide support for the DR-5060F within our product suite,'' says Peter Smails, vice president of product management. "Interoperability with a wide variety of hardware devices is one of the many ways that we can provide added value for our customers.''
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