You should all know by now that Kodak is much more than photos and definitely much more than “big business” imaging solutions. Kodak is all about (as far as I’m concerned) helping small businesses take the information they have, locked up in paper documents and image them to a computer system for storage and workflow.
Kodak’s newly released scanners (they are so new they are not even online) come in a new one sided (i1210 and i1310) and double-sided scanning (i1220 and 11320) model and are even better than their previous models. Kodak’s ScanStation 100 is a powerful, multi-function device replacement or compliment.
What’s new in these models is the ability to tilt the scanner up and down so that you can input paper in a way that’s best for you. You could, for example, place the scanner on a wall for scanning shipping documents in a warehouse.
When you are in a rush that last thing you want to worry about is paper jams, slowness and not being able to scan in a variety of document sizes. Kodak’s scanners solve all of these problems. For example, special rollers minimize paper jams so only one sheet gets fed in at a time.
Many of you have stacks of business cards sitting on your desk. Kodak’s scanning tools let you feed it a stack of cards. Not just business cards, mind you, but id and other “cards” that are thick.
If you own a doctor’s office or some other business that must process id cards or other types of cards Kodak’s scanners are ideal.
Kodak’s ScanStation 100 lets you and your staff manage documents with no need for a computer to manage the scan. The ScanStation enables a user to scan a document and using the included LCD screen route documents to network folders, share via email, send the document to a copier or save on a USB drive. You can do all of this without a computer due to the ScanStation’s color touch screen.
If you are looking for speed, low cost, features, ease of use to manage your documents Kodak has a solution for you.
PS – If your scanner breaks down, Kodak will ship you another one the next day!
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