Don’t Leave Money on the Table – How To Receive Cash For Old Scanners

As an Inside Sales Account Executive at ImageSource, I am constantly having conversations with customers that realize they have to upgrade their older scanning equipment.

What surprises me is that many customers do not know they may be eligible to receive trade-in credits or rebates for their old scanners when purchasing new equipment.

Some manufacturers also organize eco-friendly disposal of your used equipment at no charge.

If you have old scanners that need replacing, you might be surprised at the trade-in credit/rebates that may make this purchase financially achievable now!

Not all equipment qualifies, so please reach out to our team here at ImageSource to see if you can receive $$$!

Contact Megan Lane at (360) 943-9273 or insidesales@imagesourceinc.com.

Megan Lane
Inside Sales Account Executive
ImageSource, Inc.

Getting it Right: Distributed and Mobile Document Capture

Distributed and Mobile Document Capture carries with it a very similar paradigm shift that the FedEx overnight delivery service and the facsimile machine had in the 70s, 80s and 90s.  The rise, proliferation and ever increasing bandwidth of the internet, along with new hardware devices such as multi-function printers (MFPs), desktop-personal use scanners, digital senders, tablets PCs and smartphones make it possible to capture documents at the point-of-origination, or “the first mile”, a phrase coined by Kofax.  Despite all of the innovative technology available today for implementing distributed and mobile document capture, there is a lot more to it than the common marketing slogans of, ”Put your paper in the automatic-feeder, push the button and walk-away.”  In reality, “Getting it Right” takes a great deal more fore-thought, planning, execution and on-going support to make the usability simple for end-users while ensuring the end-to-end process is fast, secure and visible to those who handle exceptions and/or need self-service access to the documents. Continue reading

Fujitsu Announces New 7000 Series—the Next Generation of Workgroup Scanners

FUJITSU fi-7160 ScannerThe new Fujitsu Scanners consisting of the fi-7160, fi-7180, fi-7260 and fi7280 combine new features such as “Acoustic Paper Protection and Skew Prevention” technology with faster speeds. The fi-7180 and fi-7280, which includes a flatbed have speeds of 80 pages per minute and 160 images per minute while the fi-7160 and fi-7260, also includes flatbed, have speeds of 60ppm and 120ipm.

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I Love Paper!!!!

Untitled-2I love Paper. Yes, I sell Document Imaging Hardware and software that converts paper documents into their digital representations, but I love paper. I love the tangible reminders to go online and pay my bills. What’s that? Exactly, I pay my bills online, so why do I need paper? I grew up with paper. Apparently it makes me feel good to throw out a mountain of tangible junk mail, and it makes me feel important.  Paper is what I know, and it’s what we all know.

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10 Ways to Improve Capture OCR and Indexing

The recognition phase of capture may seem to be the most important step relevant to automated indexing – since it is, after all, the phase where OCR is performed. But at least half of the factors relevant to successful indexing occur during the pre-recognition steps, particularly in obtaining appropriate image quality for OCR and indexing.

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Fujitsu Announces SCA

If you are planning to manage 700 scanners as mentioned in the previous blog by Ruben, you will want to take a look at Fujitsu’s Scanner Central Admin (SCA).  SCA reduces management costs and increases operational rates by managing up to 1,000 scanners.  The new software allows users to monitor scanner running status, update scanner drivers, check consumable status, and more, all over a network, from one location.

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Or give us a contact us at ImageSource, Inc

Richard A. McDermott, ECMp, CDIA+
Account Executive
ImageSource, Inc.