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New Oce PRISMAscan Convert Document Conversion Software Simplifies Transformation of Paper Documents to Digital Files

TRUMBULL, Conn., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Oce, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced new Oce PRISMAscan Convert(TM) state-of-the-art document conversion software that simplifies the transformation of paper documents into digital format. New Oce PRISMAscan Convert software uses an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) engine to convert scanned documents into editable files compatible with electronic data distribution and archiving management applications.

Versatile support for a variety of input and output formats

With Oce PRISMAscan Convert software, enterprises can convert a wide range of document formats, including TIFF, JPEG, and PDF, created on any standard black & white or color scanner. The OCR engine automatically recognizes printed data for text, barcodes, tables and images and processes them at the highest speed with the best possible quality.

Oce PRISMAscan Convert software can create output in a variety of formats for use with many applications, including Oce PRISMAarchive(TM) for long-term archiving, Adobe(R) Acrobat(R) (PDF image, searchable or archive files); Microsoft(R) Word (TXT, RTF); Microsoft Excel(R) (CSV, XLS), Microsoft PowerPoint (R)(PPT), image editing applications like TIFF, JPEG and PDF images, Web browsers like Internet Explorer(R), and Mozilla(R) Firefox(R) and systems that import XML files.

"As users in all types of environments transform paper documents into accessible digital archives, Oce PRISMAscan Convert software provides the on-ramp they need to integrate documents into a digital workflow for security, convenience, and simplified reproduction, distribution and control," said Eric de Goeijen, Vice President of Marketing, Oce North America. "This solution integrates smoothly into the enterprise workflow, handles a mix of input and output formats and performs essential document management functions."

Key Oce PRISMAscan Convert functions

Oce PRISMAscan Convert software provides an on-ramp to an enterprise's digital workflow, streamlining the paper-to-digital migration by simplifying five core document management tasks. These capabilities include production scanning, which enables users to process large numbers of scanned data files; digital distribution to external applications like email; connectivity to external document management, CRM and archiving systems; conversion of image files into a variety of output formats, and automatic digitization and conversion of large numbers of documents into searchable PDF or Word documents.

Templates for processing and converting files

Oce PRISMAscan Convert software brings a new level of versatility to the conversion of scanned documents by providing three ways to run the templates that describe how to process or convert scanned files. Customers can run templates manually, which allows operators to check and edit scanned data. Templates can be scheduled to run during off-hours to optimize PC or server usage without impacting other programs. Finally, templates can be run automatically, wherein the system checks hot folders and automatically launches the conversion process when scanned files enter the hot folder.

Designed for flexibility

Oce PRISMAscan Convert software provides users with powerful document scanning and conversion tools that help improve business performance by offering versatile options and maximum flexibility. The basic offering can convert up to 10,000 images a month, while the most powerful version enables organizations to convert up to one million images per month. These features make the software an ideal choice for enterprises that perform large volumes of conversion tasks. Other options include support for Asian languages, two-dimensional barcodes (industry-standard PDF 417) and XML output. Oce PRISMAscan Convert software is available today. To learn more, visit www.oceusa.com/PRISMAscanConvert.

About Oce

Oce is a leading international provider of digital document management technology and services. The company's solutions are based on Oce's advanced software applications that deliver documents and data over internal networks and the Internet to printing devices and archives -- locally and around the world. Supporting the workflow solutions are Oce digital printers and scanners, considered the most reliable and productive in the world. Oce also offers a wide range of display graphics, consulting and outsourcing solutions.

Oce employs around 23,000 people, with 2008 revenues of approximately $4.3 billion, operates in around 100 countries and maintains research and manufacturing centers in the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Romania and Singapore. Oce North America is headquartered in Trumbull, CT, with additional business units in Chicago, IL; New York City; Boca Raton, FL; Salt Lake City, UT and Vancouver, BC. North American revenues represented approximately half of Oce's worldwide business in 2008, and employment is approximately 10,000. For more information about Oce, visit www.oceusa.com. Outside the U.S., consult http://global.oce.com.

"Oce PRISMAscan Convert" and "Oce PRISMAarchive are trademarks, and "Oce" and the Oce logo are registered trademarks of Oce Technologies B.V. All product and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks and are the property of their owners and are respectfully acknowledged.

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