What types of documents can Optix store?

Our customers use Optix to store almost any kind of document you can imagine including pharmaceutical case report forms (CRF's), customer service records, aircraft maintenance records, product development records, patents, patient records, engineering drawings, legal records, student transcripts, accounting records and material safety data sheets. An Optix database can include scanned images of paper documents, graphics files, spreadsheets, word-processing files, text files, and any other files that exist on a PC or Macintosh. If a user has the appropriate security access, he or she can retrieve any file in a manner of seconds. And because Optix supports a vast array of scanner types—including high-speed document, large format (E-sized), microfilm, microfiche, and aperture card scanners—there is truly no limit to the types of documents that Optix can store.

What platforms does Optix Support?

Client Support:

  • macOS
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Web Browsers

Server Support:

  • Oracle SPARC
  • Windows Server
  • Linux
  • macOS

Database Support:

  • Informix
  • Oracle
  • Sybase
  • SQL Server
  • Firebird

Network Support:

  • TCP/IP

Scanner Support:

  • Optix supports document, microfilm, microfiche, and aperture card scanners from a variety of vendors.

Is Optix Internet-enabled?

Yes. Optix is based on TCP/IP, the language of the Internet. Using our Optix Web interface, users can search and retrieve documents from an Optix database, from anywhere in the world, using only a web browser. You can demo the internet capabilities of Optix by visiting our Optix Web demo.

Who developed Optix?

Founded in 1988 as Blueridge Technologies, Inc. we rebranded as Mindwrap in 1999. Founders Craig Landrum and Jim Small were pioneers in the development of some of the largest document management systems ever designed -- including the Automated Patent System in use at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Today, our team of engineers combine more than a century of experience in document management, workflow, and web-centric applications, enabling us not just to remain on the cutting edge of these technologies, but to help define them.

What types of businesses use Optix?

Almost any type of business you can name including: pharmaceutical companies, universities, government agencies, school districts, advertising agencies, oil companies, transportation companies, law firms and technology companies to name a few.

What is Optix?

Optix is a highly-scalable application development and deployment platform that allows you to rapidly deploy hybrid solutions that unite legacy, paper-based, and pure digital information for competitive advantage. A complete Optix system includes Workflow, Document Imaging, Text Retrieval, Document Management and Control, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), and Computer Output-To-Laser-Disk (COLD) capabilities. Optix also includes a mobile version and wireless capabilities.




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