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Scan Directly in Web Apps


Scanning docs to cloud can be a big hassle. Asprise Web Scan simplifies it by allowing you to capture documents directly in web apps (Dropbox, Gmail, Office 365, QBO, Salesforce, SAP Concur, Sharepoint and more).

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Web Apps Talk to Scanners

Cloud applications can now talk to scanners directly inside the browser, so that you don't have to be a switchboard operator.

Supercharge Your Favorite Web Apps

Scan documents directly from popular web applications: Gmail (including Inbox), Microsoft; Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive; Office 365; Quickbooks Online, Xero; SAP Concur, (both lightning and classics) and more.

Access Scanners Made by Any Vendor

Almost all scanners ranged from flatbed to automatic document feeder (ADF) and multifunction printer (MFP) from all vendors are supported: Benq, Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, Kodak Alaris, Lexmark, Microtek, Panasonic, Ricoh, Samsung, Visioneer, Xerox.

Scan Without Leaving Your Browsers

Asprise Web Scan supports popular modern desktop browsers: Chrome, Edge and Firefox. Leveraging open web standards, it integrates seamlessly with the web applications. Files are transferred from the scanners to your selected web apps using bank level encryption.

Ensure GDPR, HIPPA Compliance

The traditional scan-save-browse-attach workflow poses a significant security risk when it comes to privacy compliance. Asprise Web Scan supports direct data transfer from scanners into the web so that you can quickly comply with these acts using existing software and hardware.

Try it out now

"Every day I scan a dozen documents to our firm's Salesforce website. Asprise Web Scan has been a lifesaver and I can't imagine a day without it. Highly recommended for anyone with a scanner."