SimpleIndex is a powerful yet affordable solution for Image Indexing. SimpleIndex is designed to allow a desktop user with a high-speed scanner to quickly scan and file many documents with a minimal amount of manual data entry. It has many of the same features found in enterprise document capture solutions costing $10,000 or more for under $1,000.
SimpleIndex is also much easier to use because it is designed for single-user scanning environments instead of large scanning service bureaus. Its unique 1-click interface lets you scan, process barcodes, OCR, rename files and upload them to a server all in one step or even as an unattended process.
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|Does SimpleQB access or modify my QuickBooks database in any way?|
|How do I configure SimpleIndex to scan documents?|
|How can I use barcodes or blank pages as separator pages to indicate document breaks?|
|How do you configure OCR to read index information from MS Office or PDF documents?|
|Can SimpleIndex read barcodes off of PDF files in a folder?|
|Can SimpleIndex create searchable PDF Image+Text files with hidden text?|
|Can SimpleQB be used to scan in receipts and invoices which are then matched to the files kept in the QuickBooks System?|
|What is "Match & Attach" mode?|
|How can I configure SimpleIndex to perform bates stamping or page numbering for my images?|
|Is it possible to read OCR or Barcodes only on specific pages instead of every page?|
Whether you are a small business trying to manage your paper, a government agency or non-profit trying to scan on a budget, or a multi-national corporation looking to distribute scanning throughout the enterprise, SimpleIndex is the perfect solution for image indexing.
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