Dyanix is a leading digital transformation solutions provider with more than 20 years of experience in scanning and digitisation. Our status as experts in innovative hardware and software solutions allows both resellers and end-users across Europe to effectively increase productivity, enhance business processes and provide a solid framework for wide-ranging data analysis and protection.
At Dyanix, the guiding principle in everything that we do is making sure that we maintain positive and sustainable relationships with all of our partners, from highly-valued vendors to our constantly-growing network of resellers and end customers.
Over the years we at Dyanix have gained a reputation as experts in capture hardware solutions; offering an extensive variety of products such as document scanners, high-volume scanners, and microfilm scanners to meet the needs of our partners. Whether you're an end-user looking for information about hardware solutions or a reseller looking for the best products to suit your clients or their business, the range and quality of our products mean that you can always find what you're looking for.
In the following article, we'll explain just some of the reasons why so many people across Europe view Dyanix as a trusted advisor in the field of digitalisation.
Studies have shown that mismanagement of document scanning accounts for nearly 21% of the productivity losses that businesses experience, so it's clear that providing customers with the right hardware is something that a lot of vendors regularly fail to do. Document scanners range from small portable solutions to impressive large-format devices which, when used correctly, allow your customers to speed up the management and integration of documents via the use of an automated process.
Document scanners can be divided into four main categories, each being defined by the format of the paper that needs to be digitised.
- Flatbed scanners: optical scanner which uses a flat surface for scanning and capturing all elements on the document. Typically used in offices as part of a multifunctional printing system.
- Sheetfed scanners: specifically designed for scanning loose sheets of paper and unbound documents. The paper is placed in a feeder tray and once the scanning process is started, the pages are fed through the machine automatically and digitised one by one.
- Large format scanners: employed to digitise oversized documents and convert oversized paper documents into digital files. Commonly, large format documents include any paper larger than DIN A4, common with things like maps, posters, banners, blueprints, circuit diagrams as well as engineering and architectural drawings.
- Special purpose scanners: Dyanix offers special purpose scanners of all shapes and sizes to meet the specific needs of every customer, from small handheld or business card scanners to specialised book and microfilm scanners, right up to large-scale high-volume intelligent scanners.
In areas such as banking, financial services, government administration, or healthcare where large volumes of documents are digitised and converted on a daily basis, the capture process can often be tedious and prone to error when a standard document scanner is used. A high-volume document scanner can turn the capture process of scanning, validating, indexing, and extracting data into a speedy, automated, and efficient process. High-volume scanners can digitise documents at a rate of over 90 pages per minute, considerably quicker than workgroup, desktop, and other departmental scanners on the market. If an organisation is digitising upwards of 40.000 documents per day, investing in a high-volume scanner should be at the top of your list of priorities.
- Intelligent imprinting: Imprinters are small built-in inkjet printers, usually added as an optional accessory, that can print incremental values, letters, times, dates, and batch numbers on scanned documents.
- Barcode recognition technology: using automatic batch scanning to facilitate data integration into document-management systems. This is done by inserting barcode sheets with folder names or index information onto the document stack.
- Sorting pockets: High-volume scanners can be equipped with sorting pockets in order to separate different types of documents after digitisation. This way things like bank statements, credit card bills, and receipts are kept apart to allow for physical archiving further down the line.
- Multi-feed detection: This is a fast and easy way to check and correct information during the scanning process and to detect when two or more sheets of paper are scanned through the automatic document feeder at the same time. High-volume scanners usually have three or more multi-feed sensors built into them.
Many people consider electronic books to be more practical than physical books, as they don't take up space and can be easily uploaded to the cloud or other online platforms, allowing you to access them whenever and wherever you want. Book scanners offer you the possibility to convert physical books and printed material into digital media such as images, electronic text, or e-books.
From a company's point of view, a good quality book scanner can work wonders in terms of cost efficiency, greatly reducing costs of reprinting, equipment management, and paper record maintenance. Digitising books at scale is also a more environmentally-friendly option as it saves paper by removing the need to make photocopies and print multiple copies of the same thing.
More than twenty years of experience in the fields of scanning and digitisation
Whether you're an independent end user or a hardware reseller looking to help people transform their organizations into efficient digital enterprises, our extensive range of capture hardware means that you can always find the right solution to suit your needs. With over two decades of experience in the field, our consultants are here to help you with anything you need.