Fujitsu: Empowering educational institutions

Fujitsu: Empowering educational institutions with innovative scanning solutions

December 7, 2020

Headquartered in Ishikawa (Japan), PFU Ltd – a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo headquartered Fujitsu Ltd. is one of the world’s leading document scanner companies that designs, manufactures and markets Fujitsu brand scanners worldwide. Having been in the scanner business for 35 years, PFU offers a broad portfolio of document scanners for personal, workgroup, departmental and high-volume production.

Promoted in 1960, PFU presently boasts a global presence with 4,463 employees worldwide at the end of March 2020 and an annual consolidated revenue of US$1.3 billion (March 31, 2019).

Hirotoshi KakegawaInnovative scanning solutions for educational institutions

Fujitsu document scanners help teachers to turn teaching materials into digital format with just one touch. The company’s innovative scanning solutions enable collaborative learning among students and helps administration staff to manage records more efficiently and effectively. Moreover, Fujitsu’s Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) scanners facilitate a more efficient exam evaluation process.

Some of PFU’s innovative scanning solutions for the education sector include:

ScanSnap iX1500 – A Wi-Fi enabled scanner that connects to PC or mobile devices. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. One need not be an IT expert; one just needs to touch a button to scan.

ScanSnap SV600 – An overhead scanner that scans without touching the documents. It is ideal for scanning a book, notebook, or delicate bounded documents.

fi-7160 – An A4 ADF scanner that is ideal for answer sheet scanning at a speed of 60 papers per minute. Both the front side and back side of the paper can be scanned simultaneously.

USPs of Fujitsu scanning solutions

Japanese brand with 35 years of product expertise and No.1 global market share with over 10 million units sold.

Fujitsu’s scanning software cleans up the scanned images, facilitating OCR (Optical Character Recognition) accuracy.

Automatically utilising data extracted from barcodes (including QR Code), the scanner software determines users’ preferred saving destinations and eliminates time allocated to routine tasks.

A wide range of scanners for a multitude of document scanning/digitalisation requirements including heavy-duty A3 scanners with scanning speeds of upto 140 papers per minute.

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