Janich & Klass Computertechnik GmbH is represented on the DMS EXPO again, which takes place this year from September 20 to 22 in Stuttgart. Wuppertal, August 3, 2011. People such as ecommerce would likely agree. The company shows the current version 5.11 of the powerful scanning software DpuScan. Thus, it is possible to process complete stack of paper at full scanner speed already in the basic version. The software is constantly maintained to ensure a more comfortable and efficient use.
Trade fair visitors at the booth of Janich & Klass can learn about the latest enhancements. The DMS EXPO, Europe’s leading exhibition and Conference for enterprise content and document management, is unique with its focus on electronic information, document and storage management and technical documentation as a trade fair in the world. The above subjects are presented in all depth, combined with a comprehensive, highly informative lecture program. Thus the DMS EXPO the ideal environment for the Janich & Klass Computertechnik GmbH is your scanning software DpuScan of document capture the public CIO and CEO, to present but also head of technical department and technical editors. For Efficient scanning is the basis for every content management and publishing system. DpuScan supports single-sided or double-sided scanning in color or black and white and provides all the necessary functions to the scanner setting, display setting and saving the scanned images. In addition can even bar codes read out, individual pictures to improve hand collects data with the integrated OCR scanned text read out and stored are.
Additional modules such as detecting signatures, faces detection, edge sharpening in the color image, color matching, color noise suppression is available. DpuScan can be either server-based or standalone without a server. Existing server communicates with the server the DpuScan client about Web technology and allows a central management of Scanprofilen and licenses. Web services (WSDL/SOAP) can be DpuScan couple also on other systems.