For the processing of documents in NTCS FIAC (paperless posting/II-control), the general system requirements apply, unless other system requirements are explicitly specified, such as for OCR processing.
For OCR processing or processing of QR codes on the computer, we recommend different hardware requirements than our general system requirements. Among other things, we recommend a powerful workstation in order to achieve a faster performance for OCR processing.
In terminal server mode, you should make sure that sufficient CPU and memory resources are allocated for each user who works with OCR recognition. The same applies for processing via the OCR batch.
Preparing documents for scanning with OCR raises both speed and hit rate of the OCR recognition. Specially created document scanners and the image improvement programs, that are often provided, are decisive for a fast and exact processing with OCR recognition.
With a special program, you can connect the scanner installed on your computer with the terminal server or ASP via BMD Scan Next.
The software BMD Remote App can be downloaded via ftp://ftp.bmd.com/ntcs/BMDRemoteScan/ and must be installed on the computer to which the scanner is connected.
For terminal or ASP environments, the following scanners are recommended if scanning with the BMD Remote App is not possible (due to weak clients or thin clients with an alternative operating system): Kodak Scanstation 710 or BMDScanStation.
These scanners can be used independent of drivers as all image enhancements are performed at the scanner and not at the computer.
For advice, the purchase of recommended devices and their installation, we highly recommend a CRM appointment in advance. We are happy to answer any questions you may have under email@example.com. Please note that costs may incur for a setup appointment or a longer consultation.
Experience has shown that 2 monitors with 22 inches (ideally 24 inches or more) are recommended for working with documents very efficiently. In this case, the monitor must support two monitors.
Via BMD Scan, certain documents are stored separately in a predefined path (storage path) via the storage directory. The documents can then be assigned e.g. in NTCS FIAC (e.g. incoming invoice control, posting).
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