Business Solutions, September 2008 Written by: Vicki Amendola The adoption of networked scanning is on the rise, and document imaging VARs should prepare to cash in on the opportunity. Converting paper documents into digital data isn’t an earth-shattering phenomenon anymore. Instead, document imaging can finally claim a firm foothold as a proven strategy for VARs […]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.
A question and answer session on the topic of Network Scanning: Q. Is network scanning currently taking any particular market “by storm” when compared to other scanning options? A. Network scanning is being embraced and deployed in a range of vertical markets. While there seems to be a healthy balance of markets deploying network scanners, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This was a presentation that I put together to introduce the Fujitsu fi-6670 and fi-6770 low-volume production document scanners. I was very proud to represent these products as Product Manager and had the utmost confidence in the technology because of great engineering and fantastic support. These are simply the best scanners in their class, bar-none. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I created a webinar presentation focused on how document scanners can assist with HIPAA compliance in Heatlhcare. While scanners and capture software themselves can not be classified as automatically making Healthcare organizations officially “HIPAA-compliant”, with the ability to digitize and secure information, capture technology is a great step in the right direction. Scanners contribute to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.