Use the Kyocera MFP capture component in conjunction with process and route components to design your workflow. The workflow can be designed to accomplish very simple tasks such as sending a scanned document to a folder to more complex tasks such as, cleaning and performing OCR on the image and routing the document to multiple Document Management Systems (DMS).
- Create a workflow process that takes input from multifunctional devices by using the Kyocera capture component. If your workflow requires conversion of the scanned documents to a searchable PDF format and stored into an MSQL server database, simply insert the OP OCR Process component to your workflow process. The OP OCR component will convert text in the image into a searchable PDF text before storing it. Finally, insert the Send to Database Route component to store the document into MSQL through ODBC.
- Configure the Kyocera component to create Menus and Forms that will be displayed on the MFP device Control Panel Touch Screen LCD. For each form that you create, specify the configuration parameters associated with that form.
- Create a workflow process that reads Barcode images scanned from a Kyocera multifunctional device, indexes the images and stores the images into Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server as well and Documentum DMS. In this scenario, design your process with the Kyocera capture component, followed by PDF417 Process component and the Multi-Router Route component. Multi Router component allows routing and storage into multiple Route components. In this example, configure the Microsoft SharePoint Server component as well as the Documentum component through the Multi-Router component.
- Configure the Kyocera component to create Menus and Forms that will be displayed on the MFD Control Panel Touch Screen LCD. Create 2 forms where if form1 is selected from the MFD control panel, documents will be routed to Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server and if form2 is selected, the documents will be routed to Documentum DMS.
- When creating a process workflow, you can include as many Process components as are necessary for your application. The nature of the workflow process that you are designing dictates the order of the Process components used in your process.