Capture Components Unveils 'Scan to the Cloud' for Google Docs

Capture Components Unveils ‘Scan to the Cloud’ for Google Docs

Capture Components has introduced a new scan to the Cloud product for Google Docs- ccScan for Google Docs- a full-featured capture application, which allows users to scan, import, identify, store and share documents directly to Google Docs.

The company has also announced a scan to the Cloud product- ccScan for Box.net. Capture Components claims that both new releases are approved listings on the Google Apps Marketplace and Box Apps.  These two products have been designed specifically to fit user needs for capturing documents to the Cloud.

Users can easily scan, import, identify, store and share documents directly to Google Docs by leveraging ccScan for Google Docs.  This full-featured capture application successfully eliminates wasted time typically spent on activities such as scanning to a folder, naming documents, creating folders in Google Docs and then manually uploading the documents to Google Docs folders.  All these steps can effectively be done in one single step by ccScan, which also automatically creates and names files and folders with barcode and macros and establishes hierarchical folder storage schemes.

Capture Components’ second release also offers several benefits to the users. Thanks to ccScan for Box, scanned documents can be automatically named, uploaded to automatically created and named folders at Box in a single step.  Users can also pre-configure or enter at scanning time Box document properties such as title, description, tags, sharing mode, naming conflict resolution, user notification and email.

Capture Components brings document capture to the Cloud, allowing users to quickly and easily scan documents directly to their Cloud provider,” said Clark Fegraus, company co-founder and CTO.

Capture Components adds that its ccScan also features powerful ad hoc importing and bulk importing capabilities where tens, hundreds or even thousands of documents can be uploaded in one step with wildcard specifications.

By Anuradha Shukla

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