Xerox gets into the flow

Xerox gets into the flow

Xerox Corp.'s FlowPort server software integrates paper documents into digital workflow.

Its PaperWare thin-client interface receives documents from a scanner, fax machine or software application via commands sent through users' browsers, said Mark Hill, vice president and general manager of the company's new document portals business unit.

The interface assigns DataGlyphs, two-dimensional codes that specify where a document was created and resides. Users can mark documents private, shared or public; distribute them via e-mail, remote print or remote fax; or store and retrieve them from a central repository.

The software's price starts at $7,000 per server, including installation and one year of maintenance. FlowPort bundled with custom applications would cost $37,000 to $72,000, Hill said.

Contact Xerox at 800-275-9376.

'Frank Tiboni, Susan M. Menke, Patricia Daukantas and Christopher J. Dorobek

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