Professional Document Scanners
Why Purchase Scanners from iGuana?
We have over 30 years experience in document scanning and digital archiving. We offer a wide range of document management solutions and scanning services. We are a trusted partner of reputable companies in the document scanners business, such as Kodak Alaris, Fujitsu and Canon. iGuana is one of the largest authorized resellers of Kodak Document Imaging Products and Kodak Alaris Capture Pro Software in the Western region and an Elite Kodak Alaris Partner. We are also a proud recipient of the Kodak Alaris Best Performance Partner Award for Benelux.
We can offer you a unique combination of products and services as part of a complete, one-stop-shop package:
We analyze your needs and advise you which document scanner you should purchase. It is essential that you purchase the correct scanner. If you choose your document scanner incorrectly, you run the risk of incurring unexpected and unnecessary costs. Find out more about how to choose the right document scanner here.
Hardware & Software
To convert paper documents to digital files you will need more than just scanners – you will also need capture software. We provide both hardware and software as part of one bundle. This will save you considerable time and money, which you will inevitably have to spend if you decide to purchase these products separately.
Installation & Maintenance Services
Like any other hardware, your document scanner(s) will require installation, regular maintenance and parts replacement due to normal wear and tear. We will provide you with expert technical staff dedicated to and responsible for installation, maintenance and repair of your document scanners, and serve as one point of contact for all your needs.
Download our Scanner Maintenance Brochure here.
Desktop document scanners easily fit on an office worker’s desktop and can typically scan 20-30 pages per minute. They are small, quick, intelligently designed scanning devices that are ideal for small offices and individual use. Note that desktop scanners are not the same type of document scanners that you use at home for occasional scanning.
Departmental document scanners are designed to scan a few thousand pages per day and are usually set up as dedicated scanning stations for one or more departments. These are not multi-functional printers that you would normally find in a typical office. Departmental scanners are specialized machines designed to help streamline document processes in busy office environments.
Production document scanners are used in high-volume, high-speed centralized scanning environments. For example, this type of document scanners is often used for daily processing of huge volumes of insurance claims, patient files, incoming mail, loan applications, etc. Production scanners can tackle the most demanding high-volume requirements.
Network document scanners are used to scan documents directly to the network without having to use a PC. These document scanners are used to scan to applications, e-mail, fax servers, network folders, FTP sites, printers, flash drives, etc. With the help of network scanners you can get information quickly and easily into your workflow systems.
Large format document scanners are used to scan wide format documents that cannot be scanned using regular scanning devices. Examples of large or wide format documents include maps, blueprints, engineering or technical drawings, photographic images, architectural renderings, etc.
Book document scanners are used to scan books, magazines, and other bound documents. Book scanners are optimized to make the book or bound document scanning process as easy, simple and time efficient as possible and are widely used by libraries, museums and archives.
Microfilm & microfiche scanners are used to scan various types of microfilm & fiche. Microfilm consists of reduced scale photographic images of printed or other graphic material and microfiche is a transparent film card that stores printed information in miniature form.
X-ray film scanners are used for digitizing X-ray films, such as patient/medical X-rays. Hospitals and radiology offices find X-ray films extremely expensive to store and retrieve. This makes for a good business case to convert X-ray films to digital format.