Compu-Stor – your Imaging Specialist
Document imaging and management is a growing requirement in business. Scanning paper documents to capture information electronically provides the user with readily available information and the ability to locate important information in seconds.
What is document imaging? Document imaging is the process of converting paper-based information to electronically stored and managed images.
What is document management? Document management is the use of a computer to capture, store and manage electronic documents.
The benefits of scanning your records include: increasing productivity by reducing the time looking for files or documents, and minimising the costs associated with hard copy storage, distribution, printing, and delivery. You can preserve the life of fragile paper records by stopping constant handling, and swap spending valuable time searching, copying, scanning and posting paper with emailing an electronic file with a single click.
Compu-Stor can design and tailor a solution using leading edge equipment and state-of-the-art technology. We can scan to all industry standards, from 100dpi to 600dpi and higher, in black and white, greyscale, or high quality colour through our high throughput, dual stream scanners.
We can also provide a number of online storage solutions for your digital records, including linking imaged documents directly to our Complete Information Management System (CIMS). Customers can simply search this centralised system to retrieve the imaged file, removing the need for expensive internal IT systems and management. Security advantages include protected access, encrypted content and audit trails, and we track all user access and usage. CIMS provides our customers will full management and document throughout Australia, and even around the world.
We can give you tens of thousands of images on DVD, USB or HDD. A single disc can hold about 10,000 documents, the same as a four-drawer filing cabinet, meaning the space to store documents is at a minimum.
- Archiving electronic documents into an indexed searchable database
- Intelligent Document Recognition (IDR) – automated data extraction
- Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) – registration of mark sense objects, for example: radio buttons, tick boxes, etc.
- Optical Character Recognition (OCR) – recognition of machine-printed text
- Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) – recognition of hand-written text
- Barcode Recognition – recognition of many types of barcodes
- Key From Image (KFI) – data verification and data validation
- Audit reporting and tracking