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At Western Washington University, meanwhile, space is being saved through document imaging in a different way.
Together, these two processors allow document imaging manufacturers to deliver products that address a wide range of price and performance.
Markets for Samson Capture's document imaging include all paper-intensive and transactional industries, primarily real estate, banking, health care/pharmaceuticals, accounting, legal, insurance, and government.
The document imaging industry uses a standard for filing, and it's the equivalent of most office filing systems: Documents are stored in "file cabinets," which are made up of "file drawers," which in turn consist of "file sections" broken down into "file folders" with file names, numbers or both--allowing four levels of filing.
Then, says White, "My boss called me in one afternoon in 1996, and said he had been looking at document imaging for quite a while.

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