What is OCR?
Optical character recognition, usually abbreviated to OCR, is the translation of
scanned documents of printed text into machine-encoded text. It is widely used to
convert books and documents into electronic files, to computerize a record-keeping
system in an office, or to publish the text on a website. Documents are fully text
Why should I have my documents scanned?
Document scanning brings your everyday business operations into the digital era with
associated benefits, such as:
Instant search ability of your files - type in a name, phone number or word and
see all of the documents associated with that
Improved security and highly customised permission levels utilising passwords
Reduced storage and real estate costs
Document scanning is a basic activity for businesses that ensures future readiness in
your most basic of operations, and Australian Document Management is the most
reliable, quality-oriented and affordable document scanning partner you'll encounter.
We do our own scanning, why do I need to use an external
Professional document scanning is more than just the simple conversion of hard copy to
Many businesses use their office multi-function for this process. However most of these
machines are on a pay per impression plan, meaning you play the equivalent rate of your
colour of mono sheet printing. Combine this with the hourly rate of labour, plus the
limitations of these machines and many businesses end up paying more than using
Australian Document Management.
Consider the additional benefits:
Pages rotated and orientated to suit reading,
A mixture of colour and mono
High compression software, reducing file size without compromising quality
Quality assurance to ensure your images are captured correctly and the quality
A defined production timeline, we work to a deadline that is clearly communicated and