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Intelligent Capture for SharePoint
PSIGEN Software

Microsoft SharePoint application usage is skyrocketing in the corporate world, both MOSS and WSS, and all types of organizations are leveraging the power of this application to collaborate and share all different types of information. Unfortunately, the Microsoft SharePoint platforms do not provide the technology required to capture document images and to deliver document imaging - document management solutions. PSIGEN Software fills this gap with PSI: Capture for SharePoint, providing a feature rich scanning and capture onramp for MOSS and WSS. Now you capture document images to SharePoint from a wide variety of scanning devices, including direct connect scanners and scanning copiers. PSI:Capture provides simple and flexible configuration options, and for existing document libraries, the software can auto-import all of your columns settings and content type configuration. As for migration, the software can migrate into existing libraries, but can also auto-create document libraries and columns based on index/metadata information. PSIGEN also offers a full suite of services to VARs and Dealers building a new SharePoint practice, and for end users creating or migrating ECM applications to SharePoint.

 

Looking to image-enable your SharePoint installation?

PSIGEN PSI:Capture provides a powerful, flexible enhanced scanning, capture and imaging onramp to any SharePoint implementation. The software offers a simple, easy to configure import wizard for existing sites, and even enables the automatic creation of Document Libraries and columns. Be up and running in a matter of minutes.

SharePoint Scanning - Using Microsoft WSS or MOSS as a Document Imaging Repository

SharePoint has become pervasive throughout the corporate world, and is being utilized for many different applications within organizations. The system provides a great framework for managing documents of all types, but when it comes to scanning paper, and creating images, some key features are required to enable the system as a true