Warwick, RI (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
New product offering designed to meet an increasing need for self-service book scanning for libraries and their patrons, the Xerox BookCentre S7141.
AMS Imaging has today announced that they’ve reached an agreement with Scannx Corporation to sell and market the Xerox BookCentre S7141 Book Scanner. The BookCentre enables AMS to broaden their offering and offer another valuable solution to address the evolving role of technology in Public and University Libraries.
“With the BookCentre, we can enable books and pages to become securely retrieved from an iPad, smartphone, or any other device,” said AMS Imaging CEO Jim McKenney. “The BookCentre S7141 is the simplest, most complete, do-it-yourself book scanning solution on the market, and we’re very excited to be offering this product.”
The BookCentre features an intuitive 17'' touchscreen with large easy-to-follow touch buttons, and does not damage the condition of any book or article like a normal scanner does. Using the BookCentre, users can create searchable PDFs that can be sent to an iPad, Smartphone, email, fax, or printer. Check it out here - http://www.amsimaging.com/Xerox-BookCentre/
About AMS Imaging - http://www.amsimaging.com
Established in 1971, AMS Imaging is a leader in providing innovative solutions to Public and University Libraries throughout the Northeastern United States including the ScanPro 2000 Microfilm Scanner and the Xerox BookCentre Book Scanner. AMS also offers outsourced document scanning services and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Solutions and Consulting.
Scannx is a leading software developer of next generation, cloud-based document capture and delivery services that can be integrated with PCs and third-party document capture devices such as scanners, multifunction printers, smartphones and tablets. Applications include book scanning, network scanning, and mobile scanning solutions in the document management industry. Scannx has also entered into a Xerox Trademark Licensing Agreement to develop, market and support a new line of Xerox-branded, self-service book scanning kiosks for library patrons and staff.