There are a few highly specialized products on the market that are designed to help users navigate file management and PDF software, including File Center and File Convert. These products are designed to maximize the transition between scanning and software management. At a relatively low cost, File Center and File Convert are perfect for all-around efficient bulk scanning, searchable databases, and easy saving technology that allows you to track your files with little hassle. File Center and File Convert are two programs that have massive benefits for relatively low overhead costs. This primer will go into detail about the advantages and disadvantages of the software.
What FileCenter brings to the table is the following: the ability to scan paper and file documents, the ability to preview files, the ability to search for files on your hard drive, as well as organization, giving you the ability to fully organize your file cabinets. File Center forgoes OCR to give you a more streamlined data experience, and the ability to track your files. File Center allows you to utilize HP scanning in order to go back and look at your files using scanning profiles.
FileConvert is a file management program. Its primary function is to turn documents into searchable PDF files. FileConvert takes scans and images and turns them into files you can edit and find on your own. Converting mass files into PDF, the new office standard format, is an invaluable asset. There’s no daily page limit, assuming you buy the standard or pro version of File Convert. You have the option of converting multiple files simultaneously. You can run FileConvert as a service. FileConvert can also bulk convert existing files in place and convert office documents to PDF. FileConverts main strength is bulk converting, which allows you … Read More ...Read more