The software reminds me of Paperport in concept with being able to use the desktop software and change formats and it appears eCopy has some imageadditional whistles and bells.  The software will enable scanning a document in paper format and then store and format for a digital record.  BD

Burlington, MA-based Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) said today it has purchased image scanning and indexing company eCopy of Nashua, NH, for $54 million in Nuance stock. ECopy’s software for touchscreen-driven multifunction printers (MFPs) helps companies scan business documents and easily incorporate them into accounting and records systems. “Nuance and eCopy share a vision of  connecting MFP devices to a wide range of applications in an easy and productive way,” Robert Weideman, a general manager and senior vice president in Nuance’s Document Imaging Division, said in a statement.

Nuance Buys eCopy | Xconomy

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