Simple Document Scanning and Imaging Solutions

4 Office Windows Search Demo
try search the word based, then pdf , then 114406 

4 Office Barcode Creation

Kyocera DMConnect video

ChronoScan Capture

Abbyy FlexiCapture

Find Your Information Faster With Searchable PDF

When you scan documents, you need to be able to find them again. There are two primary methods of tagging documents for retrieval: tagging documents by metadata (file name, customer number, customer name, etc.) which requires you to search on a limited number of terms and full-text search, which allows you to search for any word within a document.

What Is a Searchable PDF?

A searchable PDF file is a PDF file that includes text that can be searched upon using the standard Adobe Reader “search” functionality. In addition, the text can be selected and copied from the PDF. Generally, PDF files created from Microsoft Office Word and other documents are by their nature searchable as the source document contains text which is replicated in the PDF, but when creating a PDF from a scanned document and OCR process needs to be applied to recognize the characters within the image.


Note:
Devices standard with OCR(Searchable PDF): Lexmark XM7355, Lexmark XC6152, HP E77650ZS
Add OCR to XM3250 required hard drive and AccuRead OCR
Kyocera OCR required Scan Extension Kit or DMConnect
Folder browser: standard on Lexmark, Kyocera required DMConnect

 Kyocera DMConnectChronoScan
Barcode recognition
Metadata input
Zone OCRDMConnect Pro
Data verification 

The simplest, yet efficient system of managing digital documents is to store them in a hierarchical directory structure.

Directory Structure