The right HP device can help optimise your infrastructure and streamline document workflows. Choose from a variety of single – and multi-function scanning products to meet your unique needs.
Rely on a trusted technology leader
Renowned for their reliability and performance, HP Enterprise MFPs, Scanjets, and digital senders are easy to use, yet provide the sophisticated features you need to get the job done.
Rely on HP for innovations like HP EveryPage,1 which uses a number of technologies to help ensure that every sheet in the ADF is scanned. Plus, HP Enterprise MFPs, digital senders, and most Scanjet Enterprise scanners can be monitored and configured with HP Web Jetadmin fleet management software.
What’s right for you?
Whatever your business environment, HP has a scanning device that’s right for your document workflow:
HP LaserJet and Officejet Enterprise MFPs—These all-in-one networked devices offer printing, copying, and faxing3 in addition to scanning. Some MFPs offer two-sided, single-pass scanning. They’re great for low-volume, low-complexity environments.
HP LaserJet and Officejet Enterprise Flow MFPs—Flow MFPs offer fast two-sided, single-pass scanning; advanced image enhancement and processing; and higher automatic document feeder (ADF) recommended monthly scan volumes and life. They’re perfect for offices that have advanced workflows but also want the convenience of device consolidation.
HP Digital Sender Flow Document Capture Workstation—The super-fast speeds and robust imaging and processing features on this network-connected digital sender make it the right choice when your scanning volume is high enough to require a dedicated capture device. Plus, it offers the ability to share scanning among users.
HP Scanjet Enterprise Flow scanners—These dedicated scanners are generally operated by one person and support sophisticated workflows. They are appropriate for documents that must be verified or manipulated using scanning software at the PC.
Figure 1. Choosing the right scanning device for your business starts by asking the right questions about your scanning workflow. Because each of these questions corresponds to specific device capabilities, your answers can lead you to the scanning device that’s the best fit.