A New Approach to Document Capture

There’s been a common theme in the document imaging world for decades. That is, if you aren’t happy with the way an image looks the first time, change scanner settings and scan again.

Rinse, repeat. It’s a vicious cycle that leads to forgotten settings and a lack of consistency across scan stations over periods of time. The problem is especially bad when running a visually diverse set of documents through a single cleanup profile.

Paper De-Skewing

How ScanOnce Works

ScanOnce empowers users, at any step in a process, to correct problems and revert each image back to its unaltered, full-color state. Users manually adjust thresholding, brightness, contrast, color mode, skew, and cropping when they see fit.

Custom-tailored cleanup profiles are applied real-time to handle more complicated cleanup tasks. And at no point will you need to rescan the document using different scanner settings in an attempt to get a better image.

Document Capture Hardware
Document Capture Equipment

Connect to more than 400 document scanners using ISIS or TWAIN drivers, and centrally manage image cleanup settings to bring consistency and quality to your end-product.

Grooper also features integrations for standalone devices like IBML’s imageTrac and the ColorTrac SmartLF wide format scanners.

Review Images Faster and Easier

For organizations capturing large volumes of paper documents, image quality is a large source of frustration.

Our Image Review interface groups images together by height, width, intensity, and aspect ratio. This naturally brings images with similar defects together and to rapidly correct issues without having to look at every single image.

Document Image Review

Expect Results with Grooper Document Capture Image Review

  • Delete blank pages
  • Lighten dark photographs
  • Straighten skewed documents
  • Rotate images for correct orientation
  • Remove black border with re-cropping
  • Make text legible again

Give it a Try

The Grooper Experience Will Change You

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