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e-copy

(Electronic-copy) A paper document that has been scanned and converted to a computer file, typically Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF (see DOC file and PDF).
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"The combination of our eCopy ShareScan solution and ScanFront Network Scanners enables organisations to manage their documents dynamically and remove these obstacles.
The library already owned copies of the software used throughout the process: Microsoft Access, eCopy, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Illustrator.
Debbie Rees, who manages the school's system, said, "We have found eCopy really easy to use.
Using eCopy products, businesses can transform paper documents into digital information that tan be accessed, modified, distributed, and shared like any electronic document, eCopy Suite 8.0 enables users to scan hard copy documents, whether they are black and white or colour, from their digital copier or document scanner and e-mail, fax, or archive them.
According to the company, in collaboration with EMC consulting partner Burntsand, Eaton Vance rolled out an enterprise-wide solution comprised of EMC Captiva InputAccel and eCopy ShareScan to manage document scanning functions in-house.
About a month after buying Nashua software firm eCopy, Nuance Communications laid off a portion of the staff, but it won't say exactly how many jobs were cut.
The eCopy system, launched by Peninsula Business Systems, is said to speed up the system of storing information by digitally scanning, storing and retrieving important student paperwork.
Sharp and eCopy, Inc., have partnered to enhance customer workflow.
A company that specializes in technologies like speech recognition for automated phone systems and word recognition for text messages has acquired Nashua-based eCopy Inc.