Source: Business Solutions Magazine Written by: Kevin Neal, product manager – production scanners, Fujitsu Computer Products of America When we talk about software automation, it’s safe to say that we truly live in remarkable times. Automation, as it will be referred to in this article, can be defined as allowing a computer to accomplish tasks […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Business Solutions, July 2006 Written by: Ken Congdon Once defined solely by speeds and feeds, today’s high-volume document scanners now incorporate new features that enhance image quality and transaction processing. According to InfoTrends research, an expected 80% of the growth in the scanning market this year will come from the workgroup segment. This same research […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Network Scanning By Kevin Neal “We live in a connected world”. It’s a simple phrase, but it means so much. At the present time, most of us take for granted things like cell phones, blackberries, PDA’s, Bluetooth, pagers, etcetera. All these communication devices are examples of being “connected” all the time; however this wasn’t always […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For this particular blog post I would like to use a light-hearted approach to a major problem. The problem is lost productivity and user frustration around populating data into Line of Business applications via Manual Data Entry versus Automation. To illustrate my point let’s take one of the most popular Software as a Service (SaaS) […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I was the proud, and extremely passionate, product marketing manager for the life cycle of the Fujitsu fi-5900C Mid-Volume Production (MVP) Scanner in the United States, Mexico and Latin America. In the Mid-Volume Production Scanning segment Fujitsu had historically been #3 market share or often worst behind Kodak and Bell & Howell. The truth of […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.