Batch Processing

Import paper files in bulk!

Scan a batch of unrelated documents into the system and then organize them from your web browser.
Batch Scanning File Management

Go paperless and stay paperless.

Once your office goes paperless, there is still the challenge of managing the miscellaneous paper coming in from staff, clients, vendors, partners and the like. DynaFile's hybrid filing solution allows you to easily deal with the paperwork coming in from external sources while effectively managing all of your files electronically. Batch processing is a scanning automation method used to convert a stack of unrelated documents to electronic format quickly using hot keys and a browser-based interface.

Bulk Import

Batch processing is a great way to convert a large amount of paper files to electronic format quickly and easily.

When you have a stack of unrelated paper documents that you want to get into DynaFile, batch processing lets you scan, index and file them with ease. Simply scan the entire stack of papers into the system. From there you can quickly index and file your documents from a browser-based interface.

Batch Scanning File Management System
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On-Screen Organization

Batch scanning lets you index documents for filing directly from your web browser.

Unlike barcode recognition where cover sheets are used to index your files before scanning, batch processing allows you to do the indexing on screen after scanning. DynaFile's simple interface and fast processing makes splitting a scanned packet into individual documents effortless.

Quick Indexing

Use hot key shortcuts to combine, break apart and index documents extremely quickly.

To make document indexing even faster, DynaFile users can utilize hot key shortcuts when processing scan batches. By removing the mouse from the equation, you can split files apart, combine and rotate pages, and index documents in a fraction of the time.

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