Scanning paper documents has become a daily ritual in the mail receiving room of many businesses. This task is often performed by a third-party scanning service provider. In most cases the scanned images are saved as black & white TIFF files, the format synonymous with faxes. In special cases, for example checks, identification papers with photos etc., the documents are scanned to color files.
One must be cautious, however, since colored TIFF files can quickly become extremely large. The PDF/A standard has now also established itself in incoming mail applications, especially when dealing with color scans. However, individual processing steps like text recognition, compression and digital signatures are generally not optimized with one another or integrated into one single solution. There are, for example, scanners that can create PDF/A files and also sign them. However, the subsequent compression of the file invalidates the digital signature, making it worthless.
VeryPDF offers a solution for creating PDF/A files from scanned documents and fax images that fulfills all the vital requirements like small file size, searchable files and embedded metadata.
Image to PDF Converter GUI Version can be used to scan paper documents to TIFF and PDF files,
Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line Version can be used to convert scanned PDF and TIFF files to OCRed/Searchable PDF files,
PDF to Text OCR Converter Command Line can be used to convert scanned PDF and TIFF files to plain text files and OCRed PDF files,
OCR to Any Converter Command Line can be used to convert scanned PDF and TIFF files to text, OCRed PDF, pure text PDF, DOC, RTF, XLS, HTML, etc. formats,
PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line can be used to convert normal PDF files to PDF/A files,
PDF Compressor Command Line can be used to compress PDF files smaller,
VeryPDF PDF Security and Signature (Shell & COM & SDK) can be used to add Digital Signatures to Existing PDF files,
You can use above software to make up a solution to "Scan to PDF Server", if you have any questions, please feel free to let us know,