Panasonic has announced the launch of two new document scanners, the KV-N1058X and the KV-S1037X in the Middle East. Both the models offer superior performance, high-speed efficiency, ease of use and built-in Wi -Fi and network functionalities designed to save space and operating costs. Ideal for businesses of all sizes, these network scanner models guarantee robust imaging capabilities, at the same time enable users to convert paper documents to digital files for organized and efficient record-keeping.
Nelson Edward, Sales & Marketing Manager – System Networks and Communications, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF) , said, “ Businesses in the Middle East are evolving at a rapid pace, and evidently, more and more organizations are embracing digital transformation in order to remain relevant and drive growth.”The KV-N1058X provides greater flexibility for businesses with multi-document scanning capability, meaning it can scan passports, embossed cards and long paper formats. With Wi-Fi capability, it can connect to any business’ network via web browser and scan to email, FTP, SMB server, SharePoint or cloud, with the ability to directly transfer up to 5MB of scanned data to an email server at any one time by default. It comes with encryption technology that supports SFTP and SSL communication, as well as feature User Authentication and Access Control to provide high level of secure scanning to multiple users.
The KV-S1037X features Gigabit Ethernet and Wireless LAN capabilities, making scanning a breeze. Scan from your PC with no USB connection required, scan to the mobile application, or scan directly from the KV-S1037X with one-touch or touch-free scanning – all these make KV-S1037X scanning easy to share, minimizing costs within organizations. Also, the compact size of this model makes it ideal for small offices and even reception desks. Despite the small size, it can handle a daily duty cycle of 4,000 sheets and provides and output of 30 ppm / 60 ipm. With the touch of a button, it can instantly start scanning documents and send them to a destination of your choice.