DynaFile Utilizes Epson WorkForce Pro Document Scanners
Feb 08, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
DynaFile, a cloud-based document management solution, is helping businesses consolidate paper files, automate document archiving and integrate electronic filing into their workflow using Epson WorkForce Pro document scanners.
According to a release, the WorkForce Pro GT-S55 and GT-S85 are certified for use with the DynaFile batch processing and barcode recognition features and the combined solution allows a wide range of industries from healthcare to human resources to easily index and manage all files and data plus much more, increasing productivity and overall efficiency.
DynaFile said it offers a unique solution that bridges the gap between online document management and traditional filing systems, facilitating the transfer of information in real time and on-demand, while keeping files organized and easily searchable with a range of indexing options. It is ideal for companies who are transitioning to paperless, as it easily scans entire folders into the system and files them automatically. It also allows users to view and edit documents online to streamline collaboration.
"We chose to work with the Epson document scanners for a number of reasons including their ease-of-use, fast speeds and the ability to scan massive amounts of documents at a time," said Brock Kane, director of new business development, DynaFile. "The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S55 and GT-S85 document scanners are also easy to configure and offer a very robust scanning solution from which our clients will benefit."
"Customers require immense flexibility when adopting new technologies into their workflow, so when developing the WorkForce Pro GT-S55 and GT-S85 document scanners, our focus was on providing a robust hardware solution that could be easily configurable with third-party software," said Mark Pickard, senior product manager, Document Scanners, for Epson America. "The combined solution offered by Epson and DynaFile allows businesses to automate documents within their workflow for a more efficient, cost-saving and productive experience."
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