PaperPort

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Organize, Share and Export scanned documents with PaperPort

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PaperPort, commercial software published by Nuance Communications, is designed to help users to organize digital documents and files. As a document management system, PaperPort is especially useful for working with scanned documents. Its origins were as software ‘bundled’ with Visioneer scanners.

PaperPort 14 is one of the most popular products for document imaging and/or management. It is widely used both by individuals and businesses for most of the document and photo scanning or imaging tasks.

This program has been reviewed to be the fastest and easiest way you can scan, share and search or organize your documents. The recent PC version can deliver access, anytime and anywhere, to your most important files using the Nuance Cloud Connector.

Millions of people worldwide rely on PaperPort to eliminate paper, get organized and achieve better personal efficiency. Most important features and benefits of PaperPort:

  • helps you get more organized
  • reduces waste and conserves energy
  • keeps track of your documents
  • helps you find information fast
  • gets more work done faster

PaperPort 14 from Nuance

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