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Nuance updates eCopy Sharescan to v6.0

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The new version of eCopy Sharescan includes a simplified Chinese and Japanese user interface, Arabic OCR, and integration with Nuance Business Connect.

eCopy ShareScan 6.0 is the latest version of its popular Multifunction Printer (MFP) capture solution. For knowledge workers, the new capabilities enhance productivity, including integration with Nuance Business Connect.

Nathan Taylor, vice-president, Nuance Document Imaging, Asia-Pacific, said, “eCopy ShareScan 6.0 will help to further cement a proven and very popular workflow solution in the Asia-Pacific market.

"The inclusion of simplified Chinese and Japanese at the user interface highlights our continued commitment to the region in delivering world-class business solutions. In addition, the integration with Nuance’s Mobile Business Connect provides enhanced opportunities for optimising in-field based workflows through secure mobile capture from a smartphone.”

Ron Glaz, Imaging and Printing Research Director at IDC, said, “Document capture technology continues to grow in strategic importance for organisations of all sizes. Productivity demands, complex paper-intensive workflows, the proliferation of mobile devices and document security concerns are just a few of the drivers elevating the demand for capture technology that integrates with today’s workforce and business processes.”

ECopy Sharescan 6.0 features.

Enhanced worker productivity

New Personalised Workflows and other features allow users to tailor the workflow by defining destinations, naming the file, scanning parameters and more. The RapPID preference features remember the user’s settings to pre-fill workflows based on recent activity.

eCopy ShareScan’s Scriptable Workflow enables the development of custom scripts through Nuance Professional Services for greater workflow versatility and connectivity to virtually any backend system.

The new forms overlay extender enables document related data to populate pre-defined templates, improving efficiency and consistency of operations in applications such as client onboarding and insurance claims management. The addition of simplified Chinese and Japanese at the user interface, as well as Arabic OCR, expand global reach for the MFP.

Increased document security

eCopy ShareScan secures content at the MFP to ensure document information is protected. Through an integration with Windows Active Directory, users have secure session log-on, providing access to the secure company directory, network folders and email address books, while ensuring only authorised users have access to the solution.

Easy installation and customised workflow creation

eCopy ShareScan 6.0 reduces the need for IT intervention, by making it easy to install, deploy and customise the solution. 

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