Epson Offers Microsoft’s OneNote App in its Scan-to-Cloud Service Portfolio

Epson WorkForce DS-560, DS-510, and DS-30 scanners now support OneNote platform updates including scan-to-email, pictures, and web apps. By ChannelPro

Microsoft’s OneNote App is now compatible with Epson document scanners. Epson WorkForce DS-560, DS-510, and DS-30 customers will be able to scan to OneNote, in addition to several other scan-to-cloud services, via Document Capture Pro.

“By adding OneNote to the range of cloud services available through Document Capture Pro, Epson demonstrates its commitment to offering solutions that meet a wide range of customer needs,” says Heather Johnston, product manager, document scanners, for Epson America. “The new version of OneNote is designed for organization and ease-of-connectivity, which will be an added benefit to WorkForce customers looking to streamline business and increase productivity.”

OneNote is a digital note taking solution that enables users to capture and manage notes in a variety of mediums in one place. It allows users to access their documents, images, and more via their web browser with the OneNote App, available in the Mac App Store, iTunes Store, Google Play, and in the Windows Store. Also included with OneNote is offline access to notes for users that do not have readily available Internet access, as well as integration with the Microsoft Office suite of products. Users can share their files with others, including the ability to simultaneously co-author documents.

Epson WorkForce document scanners offer a range of features including fast scan speeds, reliable performance with text quality enhancement capabilities, and versatile paper handling. For more information about Epson scanners visit www.epson.com/scanners.