When users see the quality, ease and speed of the new zeta Book Scanner, they’re truly amazed.
Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Document scanning company, MES Hybrid Document Systems, Inc., announces it now offers the new zeta Book Scanner. Designed for libraries, archives, museums, government agencies and businesses, users can scan bound materials without destroying them.
The zeta Book Scanner scans to a USB drive, saving paper and helping organizations achieve “green” initiatives. New technology has improved quality, speed and operation for this bound book scanner.
The zeta Book Scanner operates at three seconds per scan. The scanner offers 300 dots-per-inch (DPI) resolution, with an optional upgrade to 600 DPI. The operation panel includes a familiar tablet-like interface.
“Faulty scans from bound book scanners are a thing of the past,” said Kevin D’Arcy, vice president of sales and marketing at MES Hybrid Document Systems, Inc. “When users see the quality, ease and speed of the new zeta Book Scanner, they’re truly amazed.”
A supplier of document management solutions since 1971 and Canada’s leading digital book scanning company, MES Hybrid Document Systems provides consulting, conversion services, hardware solutions, document scanning and electronic/analogue document management systems. The goal with every client solution is to improve efficiency, increase competitiveness and contribute to bottom-line savings.
About MES Hybrid Document Systems Inc.
MES Hybrid Document Systems has been successfully supplying and supporting document management solutions in public and private organizations across Canada since 1971. Offering a one-stop shop for everything from consulting, conversion services, hardware solutions and electronic/analogue document management systems. At MES Hybrid Document Systems our mission is to be the preferred supplier of ECM (Enterprise Content Management) and ERM (Enterprise Records Management) solutions to organizations looking to achieve the regulatory, productivity and sustainability benefits associated with such systems. For more information about MES Hybrid Document visit http://www.mesltd.ca/.