eCopy Launches Document Imaging Software for Education
Software developer eCopy has released PaperWorks, a document imaging system designed for education institutions.
PaperWorks is a desktop application designed to scan paper documents, merge them, and save them as secure documents. It allows multiple document types to be merged together, including scans, e-mails, faxes, and other electronic files, and it lets users edit and annotate pages using tools like a highlighter, drawing tools, notes, and text.
Files are saved in PDF format and can be distributed via e-mail and fax. Connectors are included for Microsoft SharePoint, EMC Documentum, Autonomy iManage WorkSite, and Open Text eDOCS DM, according to eCopy.
A fully functional evaluation version (45-day) of eCopy PaperWorks is available for download here. Additional information can be found here.
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