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Scanner enables OMR users to easily migrate to document imaging
Scanner enables OMR users to easily migrate to document imaging

The latest addition to Kendata Peripherals´ range of scanners is the versatile iNSIGHT 30 machine from Scantron, which has been designed to enable existing users of OMR (optical mark recognition) technology to easily migrate to document imaging whenever they choose.

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Scanner combines OMR technology with image capture capability
Scanning bureau service cuts exam-marking time at Sheffield University

Data capture specialist Kendata Peripherals has expanded its portfolio of Scantron products with the addition of the iNSIGHT 4 scanner, which offers a powerful combination of OMR (optical mark reading) technology and image capture capability.

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Scanning bureau service cuts exam-marking time at Sheffield University
Scanning bureau service cuts exam-marking time at Sheffield University

By using the scanning bureau service provided by Kendata Peripherals, the Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering at the University of Sheffield has been able to dramatically reduce the amount of time taken to mark the exam for one of its most heavily subscribed courses.

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New version of exam-marking utility is compatible with ScanAnPro forms-processing software
New version of exam-marking utility is compatible with ScanAnPro forms-processing software

Kendata Peripherals has introduced a new version of its SEMS software utility to work in conjunction with its recently launched ScanAnPro forms processing package.

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Scanning bureau service speeds up results from Ecclesfield Village Plan questionnaire
Scanning bureau service speeds up results from Ecclesfield Village Plan questionnaire

The South Yorkshire village of Ecclesfield has used the scanning bureau service provided by Kendata Peripherals to enable it to complete its Village Plan within the deadline set by local funding bodies.

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New forms processing software allows rapid capture of survey data
New forms processing software

The new software was originally developed by Kendata for use in the company's forms-processing bureau, where it has successfully processed over a million A4 forms. Since ease of use is a key consideration in this high-volume environment, ScanAnPro was designed to minimise the need for operator intervention by handling all the decision making when errors such as double marking are detected.

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Forms-processing system facilitates research at University of Reading
Forms-processing system

By using an AutoData forms-processing system from Kendata Peripherals, the School of Languages & European Studies at the University of Reading has been able to expand research activities that had previously been constrained by the need to use laborious manual data-entry techniques.

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New software offers easy way to mark multiple-choice exams
Exam marking software

Kendata Peripherals has introduced a new software utility that will significantly reduce the amount of time spent by teachers and lecturers on the marking of multiple-choice exams.

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Kendata scanning bureau service achieves BIP0008:2004 compliance
BIP0008:2004

Kendata Peripherals has achieved BIP0008:2004 compliance for the scanning bureau service provided by the company from its premises in Southampton. BIP0008:2004 embodies the BSI’s guidelines for legal admissibility and evidential weight of information stored electronically.

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Forms processing service cuts data-entry time for neck-pain researchers at University of Hull
Neck pain project

Researchers at the Institute of Rehabilitation at the University of Hull are using Kendata Peripherals' forms-processing bureau service for the data-entry work on their latest neck-pain project, thereby freeing up more time to spend on actual analysis of the results.

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Forms-processing system speeds up cancer research project
Cancer study

A forms processing system from Kendata Peripherals has enabled researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine to obtain results from a cancer study much more quickly than would otherwise have been the case.

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Forms processing system eases exam-marking burden at Nottingham Trent University
Exam marking system

Lecturers at the School of Biomedical and Natural Sciences at Nottingham Trent University have started using an AutoData forms processing system from Kendata Peripherals to save time on the marking of regular multiple-choice exams and the analysis of student feedback questionnaires.

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AutoData system allows rapid processing of school travel surveys
School travel surveys

Travel to and from school has become the focus of a government initiative aimed at cutting traffic congestion, reducing pollution and encouraging pupils to take regular exercise by walking or cycling.

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Kendata enhances bureau service with proprietary forms-processing software
bureau service

Kendata Peripherals, a leading provider of data-entry products and services, has significantly enhanced its forms-processing bureau service through the use of an in-house developed software package and by investing in additional hardware at its Southampton-based facility.

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Fujitsu colour A3 scanner bundled with LG 17in. TFT monitor for under £2200
Fujitsu colour A3 scanner

Kendata Peripherals, a major reseller of autofeed professional scanners, has launched a special promotion on the powerful Fujitsu fi-4530C colour A3 scanner, offering the unit in a bundle with one of the latest LG 17in. TFT monitors for just £2197 plus VAT.

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