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TSG Develops OpenCapture(TM) Document and Image Capture Application

Based on Dynamsoft's Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK, OpenCapture Enables Web-Based Document Scanning, Archival and Retrieval Ideal for Industries Such as Healthcare

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/11/13 -- Technology Services Group (TSG) has used Dynamsoft's Web TWAIN software development kit (SDK) to create its OpenCapture™ application ideal for web-based image document management including, scanning, archival and retrieval. The application is suited for companies requiring simple document scanning and storage. This includes pharmacies, clinics, government agencies and others that require simple, fast, single batch scanning for documentation such as contracts, ID cards, insurance cards and more.

OpenCapture can be seamlessly implemented for document captures and image storage in an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) repository. The typical process of its use involves logging in to the ECM repository and initiating a scan. The user then fills in document metadata to better ID the document and then can import the image to the ECM repository for secured storage and access.

"OpenCapture enables fast, simple web-based image capturing and allows users to control certain features like color type, resolution, page rotations and more," said George Steimer, Product Manager for TSG. "It can become time-consuming to develop comprehensive image capture applications. But, in leveraging Dynamsoft's Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK, we were able to cost-effectively bring OpenCapture to market very quickly."

OpenCapture supports multiple ECM repositories including Alfresco® and EMC Documentum®. Authentication to these repositories is supported via standalone or pass-through authentication. Dynamsoft's Web TWAIN SDK is a browser-based solution for developing applications for image acquisition including, editing and saving capabilities. It supports all popular Internet browsers. Its TWAIN interface allows developers to write just a couple of lines of code to support scanning documents from TWAIN-compatible scanners. It also supports TWAIN-based digital cameras and capture cards. The SDK seamlessly enables convenient user capabilities. This includes the ability to edit scanned images and save them in a variety of formats or to a remote database. The TWAIN control also supports loading and processing local images.

"Dynamsoft's comprehensive suite of image capture SDKs provide powerful convenience for programmers," said Amy Gu, Vice President of Dynamsoft. "We enable enterprises to far more quickly develop and deploy standards-based and highly secure image capture applications to suit a variety of industry needs. We're able to dramatically reduce development times from months to days in very cost-effective software development kit solutions."

Availability
TSG's OpenCapture solution is available through TSG's open source program. TSG pricing is customized dependent on implementation needs. Interested parties should inquire with TSG via http://www.tsgrp.com/about/contact.jsp. Dynamsoft's SDKs are also available for download from the Dynamsoft website at http://www.dynamsoft.com/. Pricing, available online, depends on the SDK type and add-on options.

About Technology Services Group
Founded in 1996, Technology Services Group (TSG) is a Chicago-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) consulting firm. The firm primarily works with Fortune 500 clients to implement EMC® Documentum® or Alfresco® based applications. TSG has a suite of open source products that work with ECM repositories. TSG's offerings include Active Wizard for electronic forms and change control, HPI for streamlined access to an ECM repository, and OpenMigrate for content migration to or from an ECM repository. TSG also develops custom ECM applications. More information is available at http://www.tsgrp.com.

About Dynamsoft Corp.
Founded in 2003, Dynamsoft Corp. provides enterprise-class source control / version control software. Its SourceAnywhere™ software enables efficient file management of source code versions. This ensures greater collaboration and integrity of source code. It is ideal for web, software and application development throughout the lifecycle of development and support. Dynamsoft also provides TWAIN™ software development kits (SDK) and other image capture SDKs. Dynamsoft is an associate member of the TWAIN Working Group that develops TWAIN standards. Thousands of customers use Dynamsoft's source control and TWAIN SDK solutions. Customers include: 3M®; Apple®; EMC®; Fujitsu®; GE®; H&R Block®; HP®; IBM®, Intel®; InfoSys®; Lockheed Martin®; Olympus®; Philips®; PricewaterhouseCoopers®; Samsung®; Siemens®; Symantec®; Unisys®; Verizon®; and more. More information is available at http://www.dynamsoft.com.

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