The eScan job buttons simplify document management and grading for schools
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (PRWEB) October 27, 2015
[EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2015 booth # 242] - Plustek Technology Inc., a leading manufacturer of imaging devices, today released new eScan Save-to-Create job button features at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2015. The eScan is a standalone network scanner with a large touch screen that can automate schools’ document management, OMR data collection and assessment grading.
Plustek eScan is capable of scanning page documents, identification cards and other cards. It allows staff members to manually scan related documents to supported document management systems, content management systems, e-mail, USB and network folders. These form images can be read into Remark Office OMR, from Gravic Inc., for further processing and grading. eScan also offers a job button grouping function which allows users to create unlimited buttons and groups them by departments, job titles or job functions.
In addition to eScan, Plustek will showcase its TWAIN complaint document scanner PS458U (80 PPM) and PS4088U (40 PPM). Both scanners feature automatic image enhancement and offer the best price in their class.
“In addition to the TWAIN scanners that work directly with Remark Office OMR, Plustek can now offer an easy to deploy standalone eScan as the capture device for Remark Office OMR,” said Steve Joslin, senior marketing manager for Gravic, Inc. “With the WIFI feature, you can place the eScan anywhere on campus to capture the scanned form images and upload to your network for processing and grading with Remark Office OMR.”
- A Standalone network scanner (no PC connection needed)
- Both Ethernet and WI-FI are supported (static or dynamic IP address)
- Supports scan-to-email, FTP, USB drive, network folder (VIA SMB)
- Offer unlimited job buttons and users’ group
- Ultrasonic miss feed detection
- 458U: 80 PPM with 8000 pages daily duty scan cycle
- 4088U: 40 PPM with 4000 pages daily duty scan cycle
- Compact size perfect for desktop applications
Remark OMR Spotlight
Remark Office OMR is the leading Windows software for processing OMR (“fill in the bubble”) forms such as assessments, tests and surveys. Remark Office OMR is used in tens of thousands of colleges, universities and schools throughout the world. Its flexibility in form design and on demand printing of assessments, course evaluations, surveys and other forms saves institutions from having to buy expensive preprinted forms. Its powerful analysis reports and unmatched data and grade export functionality allow it to provide a variety of survey and grading reports in addition to feeding institution’s existing student management systems and other platforms.
eScan Sales information
Plustek eScan includes all needed save-button-features and required connectors to supported document imaging management systems and enterprise work management systems. It can be purchased via an authorized reseller. Plustek is partners with Ingram Micro and NewWave technologies as its fulfillment agents. For additional information please visit http://www.Plustek.com.
About Gravic, Inc:
Gravic, Inc. is a world leader in providing innovative data collection, transformation, and distribution solutions. For over 35 years, our software product groups have produced technologically advanced solutions that improve the businesses and personal lives of our over 75,000 customers in over 130 countries. Used in thousands of schools across the globe, Gravic’s Remark software products save time and money in the collection and analysis of data from paper and web surveys, tests, assessments, evaluations and other forms. For Remark OMR sales information, please visit http://remarksoftware.com/products/office/.
About Plustek USA:
Based in Los Angeles with 30 years of integrated design experience, Plustek USA is an imaging scanning and mobile surveillance solution provider. Its designs, develops and manufacturers an array of document, mobile, book, film, and photo scanners, as well as in-vehicle video surveillance systems.
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