Mindwrap -- which helps companies create and deploy document management and workflow systems -- is showcasing version 6 of their Optix Workstation for Mac with native support for Mac OS X at this week's Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
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The new Mac OS X client supports high-speed, high resolution, dual-sided document scanners such as the new Fujitsu fi-4860, with speeds as fast as 73 letter-size pages or 146 sides per minute at 200 dpi black and white, grayscale, or color. The workstation also supports image enhancement, form design and processing, barcode recognition, patch cards, and a full set of interactive tools for designing GUI-based indexing and query screens as well as complex workflow routes.
The client transparently communicates with the server-based Optix software that securely manages and routes documents using industry standard relational databases such as Oracle, Sybase, Informix, and SQL Server, according to Craig Landrum, Mindwrap's CTO. In addition to images, the client can store and index any document or file found on the desktop. The Optix Mac client is fully scriptable using AppleScript, allowing users to easily customize its operation and integrate it with third party applications such as OCR, Landrum added.
Optional modules support web-based query, viewing, and workflow operations. Go to the Mindwrap Web site for details and the pricing structure.
This story, "MWSF: Mindwrap releases Optix 6 for Mac OS X" was originally published by PCWorld.