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Oct 24, 2008

DRS scoops Hardware Product of the Year Award

DRS is celebrating winning the Hardware Product of the Year at this year’s prestigious DM Awards.  The awards, which aim to reward outstanding products, suppliers and projects in the Document and Content Management industry were held at the Tower Hotel in London last night.

DRS’ flagship PhotoScribe® PS960 scanner scooped the Hardware Product of the Year . The PS960 is used around the world for high speed, high volume data capture projects such as census, examination processing and election counting and can electronically capture up to 10,500 completed forms every hour.

Celebrating its fortieth birthday next year, DRS has the skills and expertise to manage data capture projects of any size or complexity around the world. Working with clients in over 50 countries around the globe, from international aid agencies, national governments, public and private sector, the third sector and specialist organisations, DRS prides itself on scanning excellence and the provision of sophisticated data capture solutions.

After the awards ceremony, Tony Lee, chief executive officer at DRS commented: “Winning this award is a huge achievement for DRS.  It demonstrates our success as world leaders in technological innovation in the field of increasing accuracy, improving quality, reducing risk and streamlining data and document processing. I look forward to seeing the continuing success of DRS in the future and extend my thanks and congratulations to the dedicated team that contributed to this achievement.”

The DRS PhotoScribe® PS960 scanner was also shortlisted for High Volume Scanner Product of the Year and Product of the Year. DRS’ intelligent document and data capture solution, DocXP, was shortlisted for Recognition/Data Capture Product of the Year and DRS was shortlisted for Company of the Year.

Additional Information

The PhotoScribe® PS960 scanner offers full duplex bitonal or greyscale image capture and can process forms up to 18” in length. It sets a new standard in data and image processing innovation and has been used around the world to process complex and time critical exercises.

For more information please contact Katie McBreen or Jill Hawkins at Friday’s Media Group, 18 Soho Square, London, W1D 3QL. Telephone: 0207 851 4657

Katiem@fridays-group.co.uk or Jillh@fridays-group.co.uk