windream connected to DpuScan
Janich & Klass has developed
a new interface that connectes the Document Management and Archive
System windream to the scan software DpuScan. With this new interface,
users of DpuScan can now expand their imaging solution to an
integrated software package.
windream Configuration with the DpuScan Wizard
In order to connect the DpuScan functions for
scanning and imaging as efficiently as possible to the specific
windream DMS functions, Janich & Klass Computertechnik GmbH
have integrated a so-called Wizard in their imaging system. This
assistant allows the users to connect windream to DpuScan, via
so-called scan scenarios that can individually be configured. So,
for example, you can arrange for immediate export of the
digitized documents to windream. The user can freely define scan
scenarios and save them under any name, they can later be
selected from a list and be executed repeatedly.
After archiving, all of windream's specific DMS
functions are available to the user, and he can administer and
process the digitized documents.
About the windream GmbH
The windream GmbH develops and supply the document
management and archive system windream. The company actually has
about 40 employees in the branches Development, Partner Support
and Client Support, Sales and Marketing; it has a Europe-wide net
of about 200 partners for sales, integration and cooperation. The
customer list features renowned and also internationally
operative enterprises like ThyssenKrupp, John Deere, Deutz AG,
Dürr AG, Bayer AG, Koenig & Bauer AG, and the Deutsche
Bundesbank (National Bank of Germany). The windream GmbH is owned
by Roger David (Executive Managing Director) and thee
Hanseatische Venture Capital GmbH (HVC), Bremen/Germany.
About the Document Management and Archive
windream, since 2003 worldwide patent-protected,
is said to be the technologically leading solution for capture,
administration and archiving of electronic document, be in office
ranges, or in an SAP environment. windream was the first DMS,
worldwide, to be fully integrated into an operating system.
Initially, in 1998, a single-workstation-version
was developed, followed in 2003 by a network-able multi-station
version. Today, windream is available in its actual Version 3.6.
This version is utilized in its Standard Edition by minor and
medium-size companies, and in its Business Edition by big
enterprises. Numerous integrations, like in ERP systems and
workflow systems, complete the product portfolio. In spring of
2005, windream participated in the BARC Study "Document
Management" and yielded an overwhelming result in all test