Rochester, New York,July 20 2011 - The latest enhancements to the KODAK NGENUITY 9000 Series Scanners will help users and customers benefit from new levels of productivity and image quality. Improvements to the scanner line’s performance and functionality will help businesses achieve faster processing times and more easily process complex jobs.
The NGENUITY 9000 Series Scanners receive a boost in image quality performance with the addition of a 300 dots per inch (dpi) accelerated scanning mode, which captures images at a higher resolution to improve image quality as scanning speeds increase. The powerful production scanners also include a patch code detection feature that enables users to switch seamlessly between color and black and white scanning to help eliminate workflow disruptions and improve overall post-scan document management.
“Since our original purchase, the new features in the NGENUITY Scanners have helped our imaging team speed up production time, and make significant strides in our efficiency,” said Tausha Dunlap, Imaging Production Coordinator, Iron Mountain Information Management. “Our group serves a broad base of client needs, scanning more than 100,000 pages per day—everything from onion skin to older typewriter paper and thicker envelopes. Standardizing on the NGENUITY has enabled our team to take advantage of key features that reduce manual labor time, and better automate our digitization process.”
Originally launched in March 2009, the NGENUITY 9000 Series Scanners serve the mid -to high-volume production scanning market with outstanding usability and automated functionality. High-performance capacity capabilities include a feeder tray that holds 700 documents. An intuitive front panel offers “one-touch” key functionality that supports ease of use. Other key features include availability of onboard KOFAX VRS Professional for image processing.
The NGENUITY Series Scanners continue to be widely adopted throughout the marketplace, providing users with a durable solution for scanning large volumes of various paper-based information. From fragile photos to mixed batch loan appraisals, or carbon paper tickets, businesses increasingly count on a reliable scanning process that can grow with their diverse, legacy capture needs.
“Many in the high-volume production category—including service bureaus and government agencies—seek scalable, high-performance hardware solutions to accommodate their high-demand document management needs,” said Budd Webster, Worldwide Business Director, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Business Solutions and Service Group. “Kodak continues to develop a broad portfolio of document scanners that provide end users with greater choice in information management. The latest release of the KODAK NGENUITY 9000 Series Scanners provides our channel partners with additional capture options to best fit the needs of their customers’ businesses.”
For more information on the KODAK NGENUITY 9000 Series, visit: http://www.kodak.com/go/ngenuity.
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