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Epson Offers Microsoft OneNote App in its Scan-to-Cloud Service Portfolio

Heather Litus Johnston is a Product Manager at Epson.

Instant access to documents, images and more is no longer a nice to have – people have come to expect it no matter the device they choose. At Epson we understand this customer need and that’s why we have been delivering scan-to-cloud functionality with our document scanners for the past several years.

We’re excited that our scan-to-cloud portfolio has expanded with the added connectivity to Microsoft OneNote. OneNote is a versatile, easy-to-use tool that allows customers to take advantage of a wide range of applications, from note taking to instant access to files no matter where they are. Epson® WorkForce® DS-510, DS-560 and DS-30 customers can now access OneNote within our robust scanning platform, Document Capture Pro.

OneNote is an ideal fit for our high performance scanning solutions. Whether you’re scanning on-the-go with the WorkForce DS-30 portable model (pictured), or scanning a huge stack of documents in just minutes with the WorkForce DS-560 or DS-510, more than likely you’ll need nearly instant access to those files. The added capability of scanning to OneNote to access files from just about anywhere will make you that much more productive.


And it’s really easy to use. If you’re a WorkForce document scanner customer, we ask you to visit and download the latest version of the software so you can take full advantage of what OneNote has to offer. Once it’s downloaded, the next time you scan a document or image and open up Document Capture Pro, “Scan to OneNote” will be an option. It’s really that simple.

Our goal at Epson is to provide digital imaging solutions that allow customers to be more productive and efficient. We are thrilled to be able to expand our scan-to-cloud portfolio to include OneNote. For more information on Epson’s document scanners, visit


Note: EPSON and WorkForce are registered trademarks and EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko Epson Corporation. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks.

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