The i5850S document scanner that Kodak Alaris is exhibiting at CeBIT 2017 boosts productivity by eliminating the time-consuming manual processing of paper documents before and after scanning.
Although long declared dead, there are more now than ever before, and they’re going nowhere any time soon – paper documents in the office. Of course that also means their interface with the digital world has an equally long life ahead of it, complete with evolutionary and sometimes revolutionary advances in technology. Showing at CeBIT in Hannover for the first time in 2017, Kodak Alaris Germany GmbH is demonstrating what the new i5850S document scanner can do.
The Kodak i5850S is geared towards productivity. For example, there’s no need to fiddle around with paper documents before and after scanning, as the i5850s processes mixed document batches faster than ever before. To cut down printing costs, there is a separate exit tray for patch sheets so they can be reused with ease. What’s more, there are also trays for non-sorted documents and an easily accessible exception pocket for special documents and checks. Plenty of companies will also appreciate that all these productivity gains can be had without having to dump current scanning software.