Conquer Paper Clutter Once And For All With New Xerox Digital Organizers

When it comes to a mess at home or in the office, paper clutter can be the most unsettling. It represents lingering decisions and remaining to-dos. It consists of documents that you might need in the future and others you fear losing. Today, Xerox (NYSE: XRX) unveiled two document scanning and organizing solutions to help avoid paper clutter forever.

The Xerox Digital Desktop Organizer and the Digital Personal Organizer are complete document scanning and organizing solutions. More than just great document scanners, they also include:
  • Software to organize receipts, forms, contracts, records (and anything else cluttering your desk), create and edit PDF files, and automatically convert paper into digital files that are text-searchable.
  • Cloud storage to avoid file loss with continuous cloud back up.
  • E-book “Creating the Nearly Paperless Office” that explains in plain-English how to better capture, access and share your paper documents as digital files.

“A filing system is only effective if you can find everything you need, when you need it,” said John Capurso, president and CEO at Visioneer ®, a Xerox licensing partner. “It's all too easy to let incoming mail, bills, receipts, medical and insurance forms and magazine articles turn into piles of chaos.”

With Xerox Digital Organizers, documents once stuck in a filing cabinet or on an individual laptop can be retrieved from anywhere via cloud storage. “Now it’s possible to reach the level of organization you’ve always dreamed of,” Capurso said.

Xerox Digital Desktop Organizer

The Xerox Digital Desktop Organizer has at its core a sheetfed scanner that can scan up to 25 pages per minute or 44 in duplex (two-sided) mode and includes a 50-page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) that handles everything from business cards to letter size documents. It has an exceptionally small footprint and will fit comfortably on any desk. Scanning to any one of 9 preset “destinations” is as simple as pressing a single button, eliminating confusion and decisions to simply scan a document.

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