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Scandanavian firm saves with scanning

Major Scandinavian finance organisation streamlines distributed document capture with Kodak Capture Pro Software Network Edition

Scandanavian firm saves with scanning
One of the largest financial companies in Scandinavia has recently adopted Kodak's scanning solutions.

One of the largest finance companies in Scandinavia is currently enjoying the benefit of Kodak Capture Software installed in over 60 locations.

However, following a planned move to Windows 7, they needed to change their capture software to support this operating system change. The company had a number of specific requirements for any new software before it could be considered as a replacement.

With the strength and functionality of Kodak Capture Pro Software Network Edition, this powerful new offering was perfectly placed to support all of their document scanning requirements.

They have in excess of 60 scan clients all scanning insurance claim forms across a wide distribution of scanners.

Managing the flow of these documents into the business for them is critical for other down-stream processes. Without the constant flow of information into the system, a bottleneck would develop and this would impact on the level of service to customers both internally and externally. Kodak Capture Pro Software Network Edition works seamlessly to ensure a smooth feed of images and information into the workflow.

Kodak Capture Pro supports Windows 7 and so was compatible with the planned operating system upgrade. However, it was also a requirement that remote administration was possible as was the elimination of dongle-based client licenses. This was a perfect fit for the new Capture Pro Software Network Edition.

In addition to meeting the basic requirements, Capture Pro Software Network Edition removed the complexity of job set up across all of the scanning clients. With centralised job set up and management, the administrator can change the parameters of the job and synchronise all of these changes with all& scanning stations in one simple step. This gives the company the ability to minimise support time for the different sites and have the flexibility to alter internal processes in a very fast and convenient way.

Another welcome benefit of choosing the Network Edition was the ability to use concurrent scanning licenses that meant that sites with low, non-critical usage or out of hours working could easily pick up spare licenses not in use as required. This meant the investment in the client software purchased was fully utilised.

The set up and distribution of the new licenses was also very cost effective. The ability to silently deploy scanner drivers along with the Kodak Capture Pro Client installation was particularly efficient.

By using a silent script to manage the install from one workstation saved many person-hours in loading software on the remote scanning stations along with the associated travel time/costs accessing the many scanning sites.

Further benefit was gained using remote batch monitoring. This valuable feature gives centralised management of client licenses, along with a web-based dashboard to access and report on many aspects of batch management.

With optimised performance for all of their existing document scanners, an exciting roadmap supported by comprehensive software upgrade, including assurance, Kodak Capture Pro Software Network Edition provides a perfect platform for the challenges of future business requirements.

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