Xerox Launches Next Generation Of Workgroup Scanners To Keep Paper-Laden Offices Organized

According to research 1 quoted by AIIM ®, 7.5 percent of all office documents are lost and 3.5 percent of the remaining documents are misfiled. In paper-laden professions, such as healthcare or real estate, that adds up to thousands of misplaced papers and hours of wasted time.

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today introduced the Xerox DocuMate ® 5445 and 5460, two feature-rich document scanners that help reduce the number of lost or misplaced documents by:
  • Handling mixed paper sizes. One scanner takes care of everything from hard plastic cards and small receipts to mail and long forms.
  • Fitting on any desk. Placing a scanner in a location where documents typically enter a business simplifies the paperwork stream.
  • Reducing the need for multiple devices. A one-stop-shop approach to scanning saves energy, maintenance and improves organization.

The new 45 ppm/90 ipm Xerox DocuMate 5445 and 60 ppm/120 ipm Xerox DocuMate 5460 deliver exceptional imaging results with advanced paper handling, making them ideal for small and medium-sized office settings including reception areas at healthcare facilities, banks or real estate offices.

“If you work at a busy bank or real estate office, pushing paper around can literally keep you away from your customer,” said John Capurso, president and chief operating officer at Visioneer ®, a Xerox licensing partner. “Installing a scanner at the location where paper files are received is the best insurance against lost documents.”

Next Generation DocuMate Scanners

The Xerox DocuMate 5445 and 5460 are both conveniently small enough to fit on any desk; weighing only 8.8 lbs. and measuring 12.5" wide x 8.2" deep x 7.7" high (9.3" when equipped with paper feed tray). The scanners also offer ultrasonic double-feed detection and “dog-ear” detection, which stops scanning when an image is obstructed due to a folded corner or extreme skewing. This feature can be temporarily bypassed to allow scanning of documents—such as envelopes—that would otherwise trigger errors.

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