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Fast processing of exams with OMR scanners

Our software has been designed to be used in conjunction with Scantron’s OMR scanners. You can choose to manage your paper exams using a Scantron OMR scanner and our online exam management software, eSystem, or alternatively using our traditional software. Either way if you are using paper exams, you need the leader in OMR technology behind you – and that is why we partnered with Scantron.

Lighten your load with the iNSIGHT™ 4ES OMR Scanner

Scantron’s iNSIGHT 4ES gives you all the robust capabilities of optical mark recognition (OMR) processing with the power and flexibility of image capture too. Allowing you to process up to 2,800 sheets per hour.

You can grab data from forms in a variety of formats, including full page image capture, image clips, traditional OMR bubbles, pen and pencil marks, machine printed information, hand written information, tick and ‘X’ box responses as well as bar codes.

And when it comes to servicing and maintaining your scanner, our experts can manage that too– giving you the reassurance that your investment is future proofed.

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