Hiscox is a leading specialist insurer headquartered in Bermuda, with roots dating back to 1901. It specialises in specific types of insurance, often focusing on areas other insurers find too complex to handle.
With a broad charter to supervise everything from the traffic on rural highways across the expansive state of Texas to preserving the peace and investigating crime - the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) has an extremely challenging role. Like any large organization, it relies heavily on technology to help it perform its important tasks.
Ryburn Valley High School’s Student Services department identified that the large amounts of paperwork necessary to their day-to-day work was a time consuming activity. By installing a Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 at the start of the 2013 academic year, the attendance and bursary offices have seen remarkable improvements in all administrative processes involving paperwork.
The National Central Library of Rome is now able to protect the publishing heritage of Italy for future generations. The SV600 is the perfect scanner for digitizing large amounts of historic and often delicate documents easily, without risking damage. Digitization also facilitates sharing these historic treasures.
Northampton Borough Council chose the compact and reliable Fujitsu fi-5530C desktop when it needed a high-volume workgroup scanner to digitise documents received with freedom of information (FOI) requests as well as digitising all existing paperwork.
Anglia Ruskin University chose fi-6670A scanners from Fujitsu subsidiary PFU to overhaul their student feedback survey process, providing a hybrid system of paper and online surveys and dramatically raising response rates.
One of UC Berkley’s facility members, Dr. Joonhong Ahn, a professor of nuclear engineering, was overwhelmed with the mounds of paper accumulating in his office. Frustrated by the never-ending stream of incoming reports Dr. Ahn sought to find a solution that would allow him quickly digitize report, handouts, research and other paper documents that had to be archived but readily accessible on demand.