DocuWare Certifies VRS Image Processing Software by Kofax

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Easy to read images from poor quality original documents- that's what the Virtual ReScan software (VRS) from Kofax is known for. The VRS image processing solution has been certified by DocuWare and complies with all requirements posed by the Integrated Document Management specialist.

The cooperation of DocuWare and the image capture specialist Kofax provides solutions for users who need to automatically file even difficult documents in a central document pool with little effort and expense. The Kofax software seamlessly integrates in DocuWare and adds functions for image processing to the document management system. No extra work steps or special know how is required.

"The integration of VRS in DocuWare underlines our philosophy to provide users of EDM solutions with imaging solutions that yield the best possible capture results," comments Finn Lehmann, Director of Sales, Image Processing Products Kofax EMEA.

"The Kofax VRS technology is widespread in image processing. The integration in DocuWare will add considerable value for our costumers." Jrgen Biffar, board member of DocuWare, welcomes the cooperation: "Kofax is an optimum partner for us because of their many years experience in information capturing. The integration of VRS technology and document management accelerates business processes and reduces costs, presenting affordable solutions for medium sized businesses to help them develop their competitive edge."

FALKE, from the textile and lifestyle industry, is one of the users of the document management system DocuWare in combination with the VRS software. Karl-Heinz Hennecke, Project Manager Accounting, appreciates the advantages: "We have many paper documents that are color-print, e.g. in grey and pink. Thanks to VRS, the information for indexation can now be read out much easier. This saves us a lot of time and money."

Electronic checkpoint increases productivity
The VRS image processing software from Kofax alleviates the handling of problematic and non-coded information (NCI). The electronic checkpoint monitors the quality of scanned images and automatically corrects brightness, definition and contrast. Problems with background color gradients and faint or strong writing on documents are solved without having to re-scan records at different settings or with tedious pre-selecting. Documents such as hardly legible carbon or photocopies, stained paper, records with color background and logos of low contrast can be reproduced pin sharp on the monitor thanks to VRS.

The capture rate for optical character recognition (OCR), e.g. when reading out index terms for an automatic key wording, is decisively higher with VRS. Moreover, using VRS saves time and expenses in the capture process.

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