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SimpleScan Launches Document Capture Mobile App 2.0 With Advanced Image Enhancement Features

SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwired - July 24, 2014) - Document Capture Technologies (DCT), a leader in mobile capture devices and innovative productivity solutions, today announced the availability of the SimpleScan Document Capture (DC) 2.0 Mobile Apps, a significant upgrade featuring a lineup of new advanced image enhancement capabilities.

The SimpleScan DC 2.0 apps for iOS and Android have been redesigned to include productivity enhancing features like multi-page capture to create multi-page PDF files from pictures on mobile phones. Also included are advanced image enhancement capabilities such as edge selection, 3D de-skew, crop, rotate, brightness and contrast settings, to make it easy to capture high quality images of important documents.

"These new versions of the SimpleScan DC Mobile Apps are designed specifically to simplify the capture of documents for the purpose of being utilized in cloud business applications," said Karl Etzel, President and CEO, DCT. "Capture is often the first step in workflows that make businesses more productive, and our goal is to make this process as simple and efficient as possible."

SimpleScan Connect makes it easy to digitize paperwork and integrate content into business processes and web-based services. Providing business services such as electronic fax, along with the Prizm Capture invoice processing solution, expands the number of cloud-based services available within SimpleScan Connect. SimpleScan is also connection ready for Box, Certify, Dropbox, Evernote, Certify, Expensify and Google Drive. 

The SimpleScan DC Apps are built on DCT's SimpleECM API platform for document management. This rich set of APIs makes it easy to incorporate document capture and content management capabilities into business applications.

About SimpleScan Connect
Developed by Document Capture Technologies, Inc. a leader in mobile capture devices and innovative productivity solutions, SimpleScan Connect (www.simplescan.com) is defining a new category of personal and business data management tools. SimpleScan Connect hardware, web services, and mobile apps make it easy and efficient to digitize paperwork and store, organize, manage and share contacts, finances, documents, and media across popular cloud services. SimpleScan Connect is built on DCT's SimpleECM platform (www.simpleecm.com), which enables OEMs, application developers, and systems integrators to provide cloud service connectivity, capture solutions, and workflow logic in their products and services. Since 1998, DCT has supplied over 4 million scanning devices, along with proprietary software for custom integrations. SimpleScan Connect is a CES Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering Award Honoree.

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