We just implemented KwikTag and I'm extremely happy with it. However, it is not available (to my knowledge) on the i. But, what we purchased their new KwikTag 'appliance'. This is a rack-mount Win2003 server with all of the necessary software pre-installed and configured. There is literally NO maintenance from my the IT end. Yes, we'll pay our annual maintenance, but then ImageTag (the vendor) does all of the maintenance to that box.
The link to their site is: http://www.imagetag.com/content.asp?ContentId=667

I was very impressed with the product and the ease of getting it up and running (from unboxing to running with users able to scan and index was about 1/2 a day). KwikTag has been around for some time, but the appliance is a brand new product for them. We are a beta site. In the past I've worked with IBMs ImagePlus and with the IMS21 system, but have never seen anything quite this easy to implement.
I realize it is a non-IBM solution, but it also doesn't take any IT to support it...

Jim

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