Capture Components Releases New “Scan to the Cloud” Product for Microsoft SharePoint

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Capture Components announces the release of its newest product to scan directly to the cloud: ccScan for SharePoint. This feature rich application provides consumers with an innovative and inexpensive solution for direct-to-cloud scanning.

Scan, import, identify, store and share documents quickly and easily with ccScan for SharePoint®

"Capture Components is ahead of the curve with new software to help users quickly and easily scan documents directly to their Cloud provider," states Clark Fegraus, company co-founder and CTO.

Capture Components announces the release of its latest Cloud product: ccScan for SharePoint.
ccScan forSharePoint is a full-featured capture application that allows users to scan, import, identify, store and share documents directly to SharePoint. ccScan is compatible with Office 365 SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2010, and SharePoint 2007. ccScan is a production quality scanning application with features found only in more expensive document capture systems.

Designed to complement the comprehensive content management capabilities of SharePoint, ccScan captures documents directly to SharePoint Document Libraries. At scanning time users select a Document Library and a folder, and enter values for custom input fields. This eliminates the time-consuming, manual steps of scanning and uploading paper documents, and updating columns values afterwards. ccScan provides input controls for all types of SharePoint custom input fields in its configurable user interface. Other helpful one-step operations include naming of documents and folders either manually or with barcodes or running counters; and bulk import capabilities of digitized documents using a wild card file specification and recursion. For Office 365 SharePoint Online, ccScan provides a login with a Microsoft Online Services ID while logins for both intranet and Internet environments can be username/password or “Single Sign-On.”

ccScan products can separate multi-page documents automatically with predefined barcodes or with barcodes created by the user. Documents can be redacted and annotated before storing them. A high-throughput scanner can be shared in a "kiosk" environment with automatic logout. Searchable PDFs can be created with an optional OCR engine, which also allows zonal OCR for convenient indexing. With the configurable User Interface it is easy to modify the supplied default set of jobs or create new jobs, decide which input fields the operator should enter and which input fields should have default values. Another time saving feature is that default jobs or newly created jobs can be re-used or modified. A key money-saving feature is the no per-page or click charges, and no volume limits.

"Capture Components is ahead of the curve with new software to help users quickly and easily scan documents directly to their Cloud provider," states Clark Fegraus, company co-founder and CTO. “ccScan for SharePoint is the next evolution of our innovative suite of products designed to make capturing and storing documents easy, safe and reliable.”

Capture Components designed their products specifically to fit user needs for capturing documents to the Cloud. The integration with SharePoint, Google, Box, and other cloud providers including the soon to be released Salesforce provides a simpler user experience, increased business efficiency, and reduced administrative overhead. These products optimize the scanning and import of document images, photos, text, metadata and graphics.

About Capture Components
Capture Components offers easy-to-use software products to capture, classify, and store information to the cloud. Their products include software components and applications to optimize the scanning and import of document images, photos, text, metadata and graphics. The ccScan product line offers innovative and inexpensive solutions for direct-to-cloud scanning for an expanding list of cloud-based systems.

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