Securely automate the way your teams capture and send documents into virtually any business process.
As companies navigate their digital transformations, the role of scanning is maturing from integration with digital archives to integration with process workflows. No matter where your organization is at in your journey, there’s one timeless truth: the sooner documents are captured, the better.
Network scanning solutions
with hardware and software from Kodak Alaris provide a future-proof foundation for how you find, share and act on your information with:
How network scanning improves integration with digital archives and process workflows
Scan to archive
Scan to process
Scan to Archive
Scan to Process
A simple experience enabled by hardware and software built for enterprise, available to everyone
Integrate easily with existing applications.
Use standard TWAIN and ISIS drivers with networked PCs or skip the drivers altogether and use our APIs to integrate your business app or application to the scanner directly.
Keep employees and IT productive.
Simplify device deployment with EasySetup. Maintain control of your connected scanning fleet, through web-based management tools and tailor your workflows through customized scripts and API connectivity.
Protect your data.
Kodak Alaris uses standard network and security protocols (HTTPS, WPA Enterprise, TLS encryption) and erase on-device data when turned off. Get advanced security including user authentication and the latest Windows 10 IoT security.
A simple experience enabled Enterprise-grade solutions for connectivity, custom workflows, and managed solutions by hardware and software built for enterprise, available to everyone
Capture information anywhere with Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and Ethernet and included capture software that will put accelerate digital transformation.
Empower efficient team collaboration everywhere with one-touch scanning connected via Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and Ethernet to any PC in your workgroup.
Handle a wide range of documents with ease using a robust desktop scanner with an integrated A4 flatbed that quickly digitizes business-critical data at the edge of a process.
Accelerate versatile workflows and network scanning of larger documents through production-level advanced features accessed with consumer-friendly ease of use.
Solve unique challenges in high-security environments on this standalone platform that is ready to go out of the box or can be designed for custom integrations. The large touch-screen UI makes it easy to integrate information with standard scanning processes or with your most uniquely configured workflows.
Allows IT integrators to take simplicity to a whole new level with an integration ready solution that directly onboards content into business processes at the push of a button, while providing real-time notifications to users of successful receipt.
Frequently, scanned information needs to get to different people in different formats to meet both process requirements as well as user preferences.
Take hospital, for example. Remote labs need to send test results to doctors via email, nurses via faxes and searchable PDFs to records management systems.
With its embedded PC capabilities, the Kodak Scan Station 730EX Plus can handle these multiple document processing and transfer steps simultaneous and invisibly to the employee scanning the document - they just push a button and go.
There are lots of opportunities for businesses to accelerate decisions and save costs by scanning documents wherever and whenever they come into the business, instead of spending time and expense to transfer them to central locations or outsourcing partners.
In a shipping and receiving setting, hundreds of warehouses, factories, and distribution centers can easily be equipped with scanning devices that enable workers to instantly make invoice and receipt paperwork visible to the business without any complex effort.
Many businesses have a daily transactional paperwork across locations but don't have the IT desire, capabilities or resources to move past centralized scanning. Unfortunately, this "business as usual" approach can hide tremendous costs.
For example, a grocery chain with 125 stores saved $5.2 million annually simply by empowering their 125 stores to directly capture the invoices received for daily deliveries of their meats, produce and other products. And those cost savings are in addition to the value-added by capturing real-time insight into their inventory to drive business decisions.