Taking advantage of such things as managed metadata and the 64-bit architecture, document scanning company GoScan announced today its eponymous software is certified for SharePoint 2010.
GoScan 3.5 lets users map fields to SharePoint with field-level precision; the unique identifier created for that field can be shared between GoScan and SharePoint, according to the company. Pricing remains unchanged from the previous version at under US$20,000 per server license with unlimited users.
The newest version of the scanning software now comes as either a 32-bit or 64-bit application, and can take advantage of the multi-threading capabilities in SharePoint to optimize performance on Windows Server 2008 or Windows 7 workstations, the company said in announcing the product.
Further, GoScan 3.5 uses Active Directory to authenticate user credentials, and then embeds that data in the XML metadata files to pass the information along to SharePoint.