Kodak digital science document archive writer integrated with Captiva Software's Inputaccel.
InputAccel enables organizations to transform paper documents into electronic data, extract the desired information, convert this information into a usable format and integrate the data into the organization's enterprise systems. Through this integration with Kodak, InputAccel allows Kodak's scanner customers to capture and deliver documents directly into the high-speed DAW, which preserves digital documents by rapidly converting them to an analog format and writing the digitally enhanced images to archive storage media (microfilm).
"Organizations face a growing, critical need to take unalterable snapshots of digital information that must be retained for legal or other requirements," said Stephen Archer, worldwide director of marketing for, Kodak's Imagelink business. "The integration between our DAW and Captiva's InputAccel will help our customers achieve a successful reference archiving strategy that allows them to manage the flood of business-critical documents in a more efficient manner."
"InputAccel enables Kodak's customers to streamline their business processes through shorter scan processing time, more efficient information search and retrieval and reduced dedicated resources to manage the archiving processes," said Jim Vickers, chief marketing officer of Captiva Software. "We're pleased to continue our long-standing alliance with Kodak through this integration with their DAW."
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|Comment:||Kodak digital science document archive writer integrated with Captiva Software's Inputaccel.|
|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Sep 23, 2002|
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