Formerly known as MOST

Document Connection for “Hard Copy” Transactions

Best total value on the market for secure print,
pull print, scanning, and tracking in an MFD fleet.

Won’t we stop using paper in our business?

Worldwide demand for printing and writing
paper was 99 million metric tons in 2018.

By 2030, that number will still be 90 million metric tons.

Connection Challenges for Hard Copy

Hard copy documents should not be where transactions go to die.  The historical challenge has been how to convert the “original” document to a useful format, circulate that valuable information to all the right places, and improve business performance.

Input

Challenges at Input

  • Hard copy documents are still an essential part of transactions.
  • Our increasingly mobile workforce stores documents in a File Sharing System.
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  • MFDs and Scanners are the primary tools to input a hard copy document.

Capture

Challenges for Capturing

  • Hard copy documents contain a wide array of valuable content that can be difficult to capture – and terrible to lose.

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  • Companies need to capture the content on their transactional documents, including form fields, field entries, barcodes, and graphics.

  • When capturing hard-copy documents, it is important to recognize the data source and extract document metadata.

Distribute

Challenges for Distribution

  • Users need to output documents and send documents to more and more systems.

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  • Users need to scan documents to email, fax, file sharing systems, ECMs, and workflows.

  • Users need to securely print their documents in many company locations.

  • Users need to print from laptops and mobile devices.

  • Users need to print even when network is down.

Manage

Challenges for Managing

  • Companies lack visibility to the full spectrum of hard copy document connection, print usage, and costs.

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  • Difficulty isolating and addressing unnecessary print costs.

  • Lack of visibility to print volume across a mixed fleet of printers.

  • Time consuming print administration of privileges.

  • Lack of visibility to status of printers and printer types.

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  • MFDs and Scanners are the primary tools to input a hard copy document.
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  • Companies need to capture the content on their transactional documents, including form fields, field entries, barcodes, and graphics.

  • When capturing hard-copy documents, it is important to recognize the data source and extract document metadata.

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  • Users need to scan documents to email, fax, file sharing systems, ECMs, and workflows.

  • Users need to securely print their documents in many company locations.

  • Users need to print from laptops and mobile devices.

  • Users need to print even when network is down.

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  • Difficulty isolating and addressing unnecessary print costs.

  • Lack of visibility to print volume across a mixed fleet of printers.

  • Time consuming print administration of privileges.

  • Lack of visibility to status of printers and printer types.

MFDConnect Solutions for Hard Copy

MFDConnect converts hard copy documents into useful transactional documents.  Whether printing, scanning, storing, or retrieving a document, that document and its data are available to the business.

Input

  • Select files directly from Electronic File Sharing Systems.

  • Fully integrated scanning technology.

  • MFD Integrations with leading device manufacturers.

Capture

  • Metadata Capture

  • Data Source Recognition

  • Zonal Field Recognition

  • Barcode reader

Distribute

  • Secure pull print retrieval from file sharing systems.

  • Secure pull print retrieval from desktop or mobile apps.

  • Scan to email, fax, file sharing systems, ECMs, and workflows.

Manage

  • Built-in print management, tracking, and reporting.

  • Device and user-level meter reading.

  • Centralized system administration tools.

  • Fleet Health Monitor

See it in action!

TESTIMONIALS

Hard copy Connection with MFDConnect is an important component of the overall document management solution. 
Check out a few case studies and contact FabSoft to identify a reseller who can help you!

Hard copy Connection with MFDConnect is an important component of the overall document management solution.  Check out a few case studies and contact FabSoft to identify a reseller who can help you!

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