Lets's Talk Computers - Fujitsu  March 28, 2015
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Interview on March 28, 2015
Benefits of ScanSnap ix500 Scanner part 2     Guest: Michael Sidejas
Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. is an established leader in the Document Imaging industry, delivering innovative scanning solutions and services that enable their customers to solve critical business productivity issues and streamline operations.

Michael Sidejas, Director of Marketing with Fujitsu, continues talking about why their ScanSnap iX500 wireless scanner is far more than just a scanner and how this unit can make organizing anyone's life simple and fun to do. This time we look at the software that comes with the iX500.
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