It's not just Web CMS vendors who want in on the SharePoint craze that is expected to continue for a while to come. Other technology vendors see the benefits of SharePoint integration, including Kodak and Atalasoft, providers of scanning and imaging technologies.
Kodak's Solution for SharePoint
For its part, Kodak has announced that it will allow companies to use Vizit Scan-to-SharePoint solution free using the SmartTouch feature available on select Kodak desktop scanners.
Kodak says the combination of its scan solutions and Atalasoft's Scan-to-SharePoint "helps make information from paper documents available more easily accessible, readable and usable for SharePoint libraries."
You can see Kodak demonstrate the two solutions working together at several stops of the 2008 AIIM Roadshows, including Boston, Oct. 16; and Chicago, Oct. 23.
Atalasoft's SharePoint Offerings
Atalasoft is no stranger to developing imaging solutions for Microsoft technologies. They specialize in creating zero-footprint, Ajax-enabled web viewing solutions. In September they introduced Vizit SP and Scan-to-SharePoint.
Scan-to-SharePoint, when combined with a Kodak scanner, enabled users to configure shortcuts to SharePoint libraries and provides distributed push scanning. The software is compatible with Windows XP and Vista and is free.
In addition to Scan-to-SharePoint, Atalasoft also offers the SharePoint Previewer (SP) which provides an interface for previewing TIFF, Word, PDF and other documents stored in SharePoint lists and libraries. The previewer is free to organizations with under 1000 employees and has no desktop installation requirements.
Learn more about the Previewer and Scan-to-SharePoint on Atalasoft's website.