In its 2012 report, The Paper-Free Process Revolution Handbook, AIIM claims that capturing data electronically at the start of a business process can deliver a 30-50% again in process productivity and a three- to 10-fold
reduction in turnaround response times.
This statistic helps explain why the digital mailroom – the scanning and digital distribution of documents at their point of entry into an organisation – is one of the most popular digitisation initiatives.
To maximise productivity in the digital mailroom, it is important to have not just an efficient scanner but also productive mail processing equipment.
OPEX provides a range of mail opening and scanning solutions including its new Falcon mixed document capture workstation, which can be used on its own or linked to the OPEX Model 72 Rapid Extraction Desk for rapid mail opening and scanning in a fully integrated process.
Offering four versatile feeder options – dropfeeder, packet feeder, high-capacity feeder and a unique Rescan Feeder – Falcon allows operators to prep and scan documents at a faster rate than most current prep-only processes, significantly reducing costs associated with preparing documents for scanning.
Scott Maurer, President of OPEX International, said: “The advanced Falcon technology solidifies OPEX as the front runner in efficient document scanning. From our patented drop feed technology to meeting the needs of traditional high-capacity stack-feed scanning, Falcon provides, on one device, a universal scanning platform. In terms of its overall versatility, Falcon will be, for many operations, the only scanner they will ever need and ensures a rapid return on investment.”