Computer Output to Laser Disk

Computer Output to Laser Disk

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2 certified records management and administration product), as well as a new, Web-based workflow client and new integration tools to its existing suite of document imaging, document management, computer output to laser disk (COLD) report management and workflow services.
The software provides a comprehensive computer output to laser disk (COLD) solution for providing on-line data archive/retrieval and electronic report distribution capabilities across mainframe, midrange and distributed computer environments.
Built with the latest technologies, providing object-oriented support for imaging, work process automation, character recognition, text search, computer output to laser disk (COLD) and hierarchical storage management, 1View applications provide users a single, consistent view to every type of information object throughout a network including digitally scanned documents, raw numerical data, images, voice and video.
Computer output to laser disk, or COLD technology, has been hampered by the abundance of proprietary WORM subsystems and the lack of interchange standards," said Matthew Leek, Marketing Manager of Trace.
With continual innovation since its founding in 1992, Acartus has consistently delivered market leading solutions for computer output to laser disk (COLD) and enterprise report management (ERM) applications.
For Cowen, NIC will supply its Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD) software, SPANServer(TM) optical storage system, its new release of object-based document imaging and object workflow software.
Imagesolve specializes in solutions utilizing Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD) technology, which electronically archives computer- generated documents such as invoices, statements and business forms onto optical disks.
The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank looked to SER based on their 15+ years of expertise in delivering Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD), Document, and Check Imaging, their continued commitment to meeting the needs of financial institutions, and successful track record of servicing their customers.
The IBM 3995 Dataserver supports a variety of applications in such areas as imaging, including the IBM SAA(TM) Image Plus products, Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD), and hierarchical data management.
The ESC accounting department will be able to view Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD) records, retrieve image data from network accessible optical storage and convert paper into electronic image using TASC-supplied solutions for Fujitsu, TDC and Kodak scanners.
In addition, the new system will connect over 300 telephone operators for forms creation, viewing of Computer Output to Laser Disk (COLD) records and access to image data.

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