Drivve solution and managed scanning installed at Copper and Optic
Weaver and Bomfords were invited to help a successful manufacturer of electronic assemblies for the aerospace and professional electronics industries manage their document storage and retrieval systems.
The existing setup involved a labour intensive routine of manually scanning job information and certification reports, then renaming these documents and saving to the correct location.
Due to the nature of the business, there is a requirement to quickly and easily retrieve this stored information if required, giving full traceability of parts back to source.
Drivve solution and managed scanning
The introduction of Drivve Image dramatically improved the processes. Embedding the scanning solution onto a fleet of new Sharp MFDs enabled integrated workflows to be available for all users, giving a simple and intuitive user interface to ensure the integrity of scanned information. Predetermined storage profiles automatically route documents to the correct network location for storage, with advanced image processing to ensure the best possible quality of the documents.
Document naming rules have been implemented to ensure the filename is prefixed with the correct information required depending on the workflow selected.These end user enhancements combined with a centrally managed interface to globally update the device fleet have dramatically improved the accuracy and productivity in this critical part of the business process
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The Customer Verdict…
‘Weaver implemented our new scan solution quickly and efficiently. It is so easy to use and ensures our documents are stored and named correctly with minimal fuss’