Upgrading to the future: A new standard in document scanning

Sponsored By: Fujitsu

Ours is a digital world. Smart and wearable tech — now generating tens of billions in annual sales — is transforming the way people work. Many companies, in particular those with the courage and clarity of vision to peer into the future, are now dedicating considerable time and resources to leveraging technology to offer employees better experiences. It’s no longer a question of if the workplace will change, but whether a company’s commitment to innovation will be sufficient to keep it ahead of the competition.

Data is at the very heart of a company’s transformation into a digital enterprise. An essential part of “going digital” involves saying goodbye to old practices and processes, especially when it comes to documents. However, many businesses that want to digitally transform are not sure how or where to start doing so. These enterprises should look at document scanning. The DX process, after all, — evolving from an enterprise built on the iffy foundations of intuition, luck, and educated guesses to one built on hard, cold data — begins with document scanning.

Document scanning turns your documents into data — always accessible, always instantly retrievable data. And it’s just the beginning of a wider process of becoming more intelligent, more data- and fact-driven, and more agile, leveraging data to make smart decisions for the benefit of the organization.

There has never been a more urgent need for intuitive, connected technology that seamlessly blends market-leading hardware with innovative software. Without it, the setup of key software components sacrifices productivity and satisfaction, creating roadblocks that can result in customer dissatisfaction. With it, the potential for your clients to excel in the workplace is unlocked, ultimately establishing a powerful relationship with you.

With its centralized management system, Fujitsu fi-7300NX document scanners are flexible, and can connect an entire organization, increasing productivity and strengthening collaboration. The fi-7300NX creates a custom, centralized network, with intuitive integration as well as state-of-the-art hardware and access to a gateway of innovation.

“The fi-7300NX’s toolkits allow solution providers to create a customized integration that adapts to each organization’s unique requirements. The result is a more efficient and productive capture environment with lower operational costs. – Steve Oblin, Senior Marketing Manager at Fujitsu Canada

Why the fi-7300NX?

  1. It’s flexible – The PaperStream NX Manager SDK enables integration with various client systems and applications. There are three types of SDK:
    1. REST API – an interface for the development of web applications that carry out scanning functions;
    2. Authentication API – an interface for the development of applications that use the fi scanner to NFC but can also link the scanner with their currently used authentication server; and
    3. Connector API – an interface for the development of applications designed to link PaperStream NX Manager with various systems. With the Connector API, users can link to their business systems or OCR/document management software

  2. It’s “now” – The fi-7300NX offers several new features, including WiFi capabilities (scanning from mobile devices) and the handling of small receipts and mixed batches, with safe and reliable feeding for high image quality
  3. It’s evolving – Custom fi-7300NX software continues to evolve

With technology advancing at a staggering pace, the time is now to offer a custom, centralized management system. Your clients’ businesses need fully customizable solutions for peace of mind, so they can focus on delivering the best for their organization. Fujitsu’s fi-7300NX is the future-ready refresh that your clients have been waiting for.

Learn more about the fi-7300NX.


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Sponsored By: Fujitsu

Glenn Weir
Glenn Weir
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