Click Mini Scanner
The KIC Click is a high-speed, face-up book capture system at an affordable price. Its sleek and elegant look will complement any library floor. And with its True2TouchTM user interface, KIC Click is as easy to use as it is beautiful. Are there any compromises? You decide.
The KIC Click captures nearly 20 book pages per minute for instant access on tablets, notebooks, smart devices and easy transfer to desktop PCs and servers. With a bed size 30% larger than its nearest competitor, it captures up to 22 x16 inch books and materials at an uncompromising resolution of 300dpi.
Photocopiers, PCs, monitors and keyboards clutter up otherwise beautiful libraries across America. The smooth but rugged black or white KIC Clicks totally reverse that trend, adding beauty to even the most beautiful libraries.
KIC Click Tabletop
KIC Click Mini Tabletop
In the U.S. alone, KIC serves over four million students at the top "brick and mortar" (non-online) colleges and universities. With the introduction of the KIC BookEdge, KIC Click, and KIC Click Mini, KIC is now affordable for virtually all institutions of higher learning and full-service public libraries. Last decade, libraries typically 'added' several KICs, but since 2010 libraries have begun to replace their entire patron-use copier fleets with self-serve book scanning systems.
Students at academic libraries want speed, and DLSG offers the fastest book scanners on the market. Patrons at public libraries need simplicity, and KIC provides three of the simplest possible user interfaces, one exclusively for scanning, one exclusively for copying and one exclusively for faxing. And KIC's best-of-breed power user interface is only a touch away.
While multifunction copiers are partly digital, they are big mechanical machines with big
maintenance issues and tiny touch screens. As a copier replacement, KIC eliminates copier failure/service problems and provides very large touch screens and view screens that are larger still. Organizing (collating, clipping, rotating, etc.) pages on a huge touch screen is much easier than shuffling paper.
The digital age has steadily driven down the demand in libraries for paper copies to levels that make it increasingly difficult to justify copiers. KIC self-service scanning systems reduce copier use further - to the point that attaching a small laser or ink jet printer is sufficient. KIC
systems also handle much larger materials than copiers, and they scan books without damaging them. However, the most compelling benefit of KIC over copiers is KIC's speed, due mainly to its face-up scanning design, which is not only significantly faster, but far easier to use.
KIC's huge touch screen and larger view screen make faxing extra easy. Users can compose, review, clip, crop and change brightness and contrast of the pages of a fax before sending. KIC's step-by-step process is designed for easy operation by even the most timid users. All you need is an internet connection, and DLSG will provide the rest at a cost so low that fax revenue can pay for the KIC system in a few years or less.
Printing copies and faxing have per page costs that normally must be passed on to the user. KIC has a free, built-in method of charging users for copies and faxes.
Simply print wallet-size "KIC Coins" on regular letter-sized paper in any denomination that you like, cut them out, and sell them to users at the circulation desk or wherever you collect fees for late book returns.
All KIC systems are compatible with all standard copy card and coin-op devices. Since KIC transfers images to users' computers electronically, costly expendables are avoided, even for color! The library can opt to keep all revenue it collects.
Users need only locate the volume(s) that they expect to contain the information they are seeking, scan selected sections and output either a searchable PDF file or a text file. These files can easily be searched for various keywords.
Keyword searching is becoming an indispensable capability that significantly improves the quality and efficiency of researching print collections.
Scan selected excerpts from
multiple sources in just minutes.
Output text or searchable PDF
directly to a tablet, e-reader, PC
or smart phone.
Search all scanned pages
in an instant for various
key words and...
...be on your way.
Place books face-up on
KIC Click's large bed
& capture two pages at a time
- much faster than flatbed
scanners and copiers.
Use whole pages or clip
selected pictures, graphs,
text, etc. using KIC's large
Save scanned images to USB
flash drive or cloud storage,
send them via email address
or transfer images directly to a
tablet, notebook PC, or smart
Enhance reports in a word
processing program. Drag de-
sired images from a flash drive,
Cloud storage or email directly
into a word processing pro-
gram, or save images to your
computer desktop and use the
'insert picture' function.
Once images are imported
into a word processing pro-
gram, you may want to resize
or reposition them or select
from several ways that your
text can wrap around the
Quickly scan many pages
to take with you and study
at your convenience in
the comfort of your home
where you can read, search,
markup, and print at your
With KIC in your library,
instructors are no longer
restricted to a single text
book. They can freely
assign many excerpts
from many books without
adding to the students'
already high cost of text
Library patrons bring loose
paper from home to scan,
fax and send via email or
save to a USB device. A
$5 USB thumb drive can
store thousands of important
"I selected excerpts from eight books and created the text book I use for my Civil War class."
Many citizens don't have a safe, reliable place to store and organize their important documents. Documents scanned at the local library can be viewed with any low cost smart phone.
KIC Click's Dual Cameras are Set at the Perfect Angles
Most books curve at the spine - some rather dramatically. KIC Click gets deep into the bookfold of tightly-bound volumes by capturing from two angles, and easily straightens out the worst curves, producing clear, professional quality images.
KIC Click's ample 16 X 22 inch capture area is over 50% larger than that of 11x17 inch copiers and twice that of typical consumer scanners. It handles a large percentage of books that are too big for an 11x17 inch scan bed, scanning them two pages at a time without damage to their spines.
KIC Click's high speed is derived as much from its ultra-simple, true two-touch interface as from its face-up design that obviates the need to flip books over and over again during the capture process.
KIC Click's sleek look and elegant design put the full KIC self-serve digitization functionality into a mere 25 inch width. Its large, 22 inch touch screen and capture surface are at the perfect heights for quick, standing operation when placed on a typical table or its optional K-legs.
KIC Click handles thick books beautifully.
Text is clear and undistorted. KIC automatically adds
margins for print-ready image quality.
KIC Click Mini's generous 12.25 X 19.2 inch capture area is 27% larger than that of 11x17 inch copiers and about twice that of typical consumer scanners. It easily handles books that are too big for an 11x17 inch scan bed, scanning them two pages at a time without damage to their spines.
Very large volumes can be scanned side-
ways, one page at a time and rotated.
Ease-of-use is a central feature of KIC. The KIC Click's large touch screen and its large "Scan" and "Save, Send or Print" buttons that occupy a very large portion of the touch screen clearly convey how easy KIC is to use. The Save button defaults to an output method and file format that is selectable by the institution. If a flash drive is inserted, KIC detects this and the output button changes to indicate that it will save to the flash drive. Users can override the default output method by manually selecting one or more alternative methods of output.
It's easy to undervalue screen size. For 20 years, all cell- phone makers relentlessly pursued smaller and smaller screens until very recently when one company reversed that trend. They realized that people want the largest screen that will fit in their pocket/purse and hand. This is because dis- play screens are our window to the digital world, and touch screens give us control over that world.
As big as self-serve scanning systems are, it makes sense to have a very large touch screen. And with the low prices for high quality displays, it is compelling to add a separate display screen. In 2002, DLSG realized this, when the first KIC system was designed. Today, with nearly 10 years more experience than any other vendor, DLSG has the most under- standable, easy to use and powerful user interface for self- serve book scanning, and it's based on dual screens.
The view screen shows very large, clear images of what you've scanned, allowing the touch screen to have big, easy to understand buttons and other controls.
Display screens are our portals into the
digital world, and touch screens are the
easiest way to control that world. That's
why DLSG provides large, 24 inch,
full HD displays and equally large touch screens with most of its KIC systems.
Dual Screen Touch & View
The Fastest, Easiest Way to Transfer Images to Tablets, Notebook PCs, eReaders & Smart Phones
Use the optional KIC SmartDock to
transfer 10-20 full-color pages per
second to any smart device with-
out using any of your institution's
precious WiFi bandwidth.
KIC Click shown here with
and matching K-legs for
KIC Click Mini Floorstanding
Touch on Top shown here
with optional SmartDock,
ADF scanner, Foot Pedal,
Laser Printer, and K-stand
for freestanding operation
KIC Click Mini Tabletop
KIC Click Mini Tabletop
with Touch & View Monitors
KIC Click Mini Tabletop
with Single Touch Monitor
Introducing KIC to Your Patrons
KIC has a special introductory interface.
For the first year in a new location,
KIC can be configured to display three
or four simple buttons: [COPY] [FAX]
[SCAN] and [POWER USER].
will activate a very simple
'copier' interface with a large
copy button that scans and
will activate a very
simple 'fax machine'
Unlike Born Digital material which must be purchased on a subscription
basis, converting print to digital with KIC can be done on an unlimited basis.
KIC converts your huge investment in printed
monograms and serials into digitize-on-demand
collections for an insignificant percentage of
the value of their content.
Since the first KIC was delivered to a library in 2004, the days of photocopiers for patron use in libraries were numbered. And now with the rapid explosion of tablet computers and electronic readers, the demand in academic libraries for electronic copies has substantially outstripped the demand for printed copies. The demand for electronic copies in public libraries is also reaching a tipping point.
The ability to capture hundreds of pages of research into a tablet or electronic reader and search through that material on the Inter- net with a tablet, eReader or notebook PC that can be used just about anywhere is highly convenient and immensely valuable. In this digital age, academic libraries are compelled to go hybrid for three reasons: 1) the high demand for digital content; 2) their ex- isting print collections contain vast amounts of information that cannot be found on the Internet; and 3) students are receptive to the price of electronic copies - typically free.
So how do the costs of KIC systems compare with those of photo copiers? There are three main factors that keep the cost of photo- copies high: 1) each copy requires paper, toner and ink; 2) photo-
copiers require a lot of maintenance due to the number of moving parts; and 3) all major photocopier brands use a distributed service model.
In contrast, these costs are lower for KIC because KIC has split the scan/copy functions into three separate machines, choosing the best of breed for each. As a result, KIC offers the best book scanners by themselves or with a loose-leaf paper (ADF) scanner. Virtually any off-the-shelf laser or inkjet printer can be added to any KIC system, so you can optimize costs and speeds, and offer affordable color.
ADF attachment scans
40 loose-leaf pages/min
(20 sheets per minute)
This graph compares the total costs of one color KIC Click system with two color copiers and with two black and white copiers. Both copiers are the kinds typically seen in academic libraries. One KIC Click is compared with two copiers because its face-up operation yields well over two times the performance of a typical copier. The costs are broken into three main
areas: equipment and maintenance, consumables, and patron usage time. With KIC Click, electronic output is assumed to be preferred over print 90% of the time. That ratio has ranged from 75-95% electronic in 2012, but is certain to rise in the future.
Thick books with stiff spines and content that runs deep into the bookfold are often damaged when copied. KIC Click easily captures content without damaging book spines.
KIC automatically removes black
edges, straightens content, and
produces clean, professional look-
ing images - important for elec-
tronic reserves, course curriculum
materials and research reports.
These automatic image treatment
functions also save a lot of admin-
istrator, faculty, and student time.
KIC Click & Click Mini handle thick books beautifully. Their
contour-finding lasers allow it to flatten even the most curved
books and produce text that is clear and undistorted. KIC
automatically adds margins for print-ready image quality.
Statistics from five million scanning sessions across America re- vealed a median session length of 23 pages. So, most of the time spent during a KIC session is spent scanning. Face up scanning has been proven to be three times faster than face down scanning.
So why is speed so important?
In the digital world, there is no paper, toner or ink, so li- braries rarely charge for images, whether black and white or color.
Over the years, many libraries experimented with color copiers, but could never find a formula that worked. If the fees were low, patrons would copy materials with so much color that the library would spend more on ink than the fees they were col- lecting. If the fees were too high, the usage would be so low that the cost of the machine couldn't be justified.
KIC calculates the amount of color in an image before it is printed. So the fee for copies with a little bit of color can be the same as the fee for black and white copies. If a copy has a lot of color, the fee can be increased in proportion to the cost of the color ink or toner. This wonderful feature should be a simple, easy byproduct of the digital age, and it is with KIC.
A Five Year Comparison at a Usage Rate of 100,000 pages per year
Face-up book scanning is far easier on both patrons and books and quite a bit faster than face-down scanning.
Scanning books face-up makes it much easier to keep track of what pages you've scanned. With KIC Click, Click Mini and other face-up scanners, books stay face up, so you can see what you're scanning as you scan it. This extra visibility elim- inates the age old problem of skipping pages and scanning pages out of order which can occur with face-down scanners.
The following photo sequences show the reason that facedown scanning systems are typically 1/3 the speed of faceup systems. The book flipping necessary to scan a book on a face-down scanner like the KIC BookEdge is shown in the photo sequence below. It's a workout both for the book and the patron.
The ergonomic design of the face-up scanning sytems involves only the basic movement required to set a book down and turn a page.
[a seven-step procedure]
[a two-step procedure]
The sequence above shows just how much work is required to use a face-down scanner to scan multiple pages.
In contrast, the sequence on the left shows the relative speed and ease of face-up scanning systems that do not require the user to flip over the book being scanned. Once placing the book, the user simply turns pages and presses the scan button (or foot pedal) to scan two pages at a time.
Control,update and monitor your KIC systems remotely. To better serve your patrons, it is important to know which KIC systems are used the most and at what times during the day and week, and which are used the least. All usage statistics can help you to determine the best KIC configuration for each site. And to make it easier to navigate from KIC to KIC system, KIC Fleet Manager allows you to select a particular KIC system via either of two methods: a map or a list.
With over ten years serving libraries, KIC is the most stable product available today. However, DLSG engineers incessantly work to improve KIC and support the growing changing digital world. DLSG offers improved software re-
gularly, and in order to make it easier to deploy updates, KIC Fleet Manager lets you update KIC systems remotely. For example, a recently released feature lets you turn KIC systems on and off on demand or on a schedule set by a central control panel.
Scan 2 Pages
Scan 2 Pages
To fully earn the 'hybrid library' designation, a library's existing print collections must be available in digital format. KIC systems allow your students and faculty to select material for quick and easy self-serve digiti- zation, providing a valuable conduit between your print collections and patron tablets, PCs, eReaders and smart devices.
KIC's self-serve digitize-on-demand capabilities leverage your library's most valuable assets - its print collections.
Digital images don't have the limitations of physical copies. They can instantly be shared with fellow researchers around the world via email or Cloud, dramatically facilitating collaboration.
KIC avoids the digital rights management conundrum. Each digitization is for a single use, but thousands of patrons can digi- tize content from the same book, yet preserve the book's spine.
We know the importance of resource sharing. To help squeeze more value out of your investment, KIC can be configured to support the BSCAN Interlibrary Loan system, the Opus Digitiza- tion Workflow system, and general ad hoc scanning.
Use a USB flash drive to enable other types of scanning at a KIC station and temporarily access shared folders on a network. When you unplug the USB, the KIC station automatically returns to its regular self-serve scanning station functionality.
For general purpose scanning by ad- ministrators and faculty, simply write a department password file to a flash drive. When a user plugs in the USB 'key', KIC recognizes the password and allows the user to save scanned images to shared folders.
Image Access has an unmatched service and support record. It is impos- sible to affordably provide service personnel living in every city and town across America that are highly trained on the very special technologies needed by libraries. Instead, DLSG designs remote serviceability into its products and has perfected remote diagnosis and when possible, repair.
The resulting savings allows DLSG to frequently and promptly provide loaner/swap-out equipment and to go on site whenever necessary to maintain and repair equipment, minimizing interruptions in service for your patrons.
Max Capture Area
22 x 16 inches
Max Capture Area
12.3 x 19.2 inches
2.1 sec (full bed); 3.7 sec per page for multiple
pages; 37 seconds for 10 pages at 300 dpi
0.5 sec per page for multiple pages;
109 seconds for 30 pages @ 300 dpi
Tabletop Model: 23 x 45 x 27 inches
K-stand Model: 68 x 25 x 27 inches
Tabletop Model: 20 x 20 x 20 inches
K-stand Model: 67 x 20 x 20 inches
Tabletop Model: 98 lbs
K-stand Model: 110 lbs
(PC not included)
(PC not included)
Tabletop Model: 35 lbs
K-stand Model: 95 lbs
(PC not included)
(PC not included)
Output Color Depth
24 bit color, 8 bit grayscale & 1 bit B&W
300 dots per inch
Digital File Interfaces
USB 2.0, email, FTP, Web/Cloud storage (e.g.
Google Docs), file folder (for staff & faculty only)
Image Output Formats
PDF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF
rich text and searchable PDF (optional)
Audio Output Formats
MP3 audio text-to-audio (optional)
10/100/1000 megabit Ethernet or USB 2.0
Printed Output Formats
8.5 x 11", 11 x 17", simplex, duplex, color &
13 x 19" monochrome (printer not included)
Split pages (left & right), clip, crop, change
brightness/contrast, change resolutions
(dpi), select color, grayscale, or B&W
White LED's, no IR/UV emission
Your dollars go futher with our complete KIC product line. Every
institution would like to have at least one large KIC system, especially
for reading rooms and reference sections, but not all library floor locations require a large system. Our array of products lets you get as
many bigger systems as you need and fill out the rest with lower-cost systems.
Higher education libraries across America hold $100 Billion in scholarly knowledge, the majority of which can't be found on the internet. This knowledge has been amassed through careful selection over many years and is augmented at substantial expense every year. And, thanks to U.S. copyright law, this knowledge is free to scan an unlimited number of times, or until the books disintegrate.
Because of this, hundreds of universities across America have added high-speed self-serve book scanning machines to their library floors; machines that create digital content at rates of 5 to 20 pages per minute. These self-serve Knowledge Imaging Centers are much gentler on books and produce higher-quality digital content than the paper reprints produced by paper
copiers. The images can cost as little as 1¢ per page and are readable on tablets & smart phones as well as notebooks and regular PCs. The images can be printed at any time for those who still prefer hard copy.
Paper copiers are as necessary as ever in administrative areas across campus, but copier companies don't want to give up that one place they no longer belong, the library floor.
Meanwhile, book spines are being damaged, paper is being wasted, and students are not seeing their libraries as the vast free sources for scholarly knowledge that they are.
Fortunately, academic libraries exist to serve students. The first step is for students to inform the libraries as to just how important it is to switch from paper copiers to digital book scanners that can print if desired. The next step depends on circumstances at your particular institution. Every year, libraries spend many times more money on printed books and journals than the cost of an entire fleet of new high-speed scanners. But some libraries have no control ever any of that budget money. At these institutions, faculty specifies what is purchased. So, the library must use other funds to purchase these units. If yours is such an institution, it is especially important to convey just how much students value getting unlimited, free digital content from their libraries, and that it's worth the effort to scape together the necessary funds from various other budgets.
Another means of acquiring KIC systems is to use student-administered funds (i.e. student technology funds.). These non-library funds can be used to purchase a pilot set of one small KIC, one medium KIC and one large KIC. Once they're in the library, their popularity with students will make it much easier to justify all the efforts necessary to piece together the funds and to tell the entrenched copier companies that the library floor is no longer their domain.
Alternately a relatively small portion of these funds can be used to upgrade from basic copies replacement Knowledge Imaging Centers that scan 5 pages per minute to faster KIC systems that scan up to 20 pages per minute.Should copier companies determine how one of your university's great resources is to be used?
Should copier companies determine how one of your university's great resources is to be used? That is just what is happening in many universities. If your students want to go digital (digitize on demand), you may have to take it up with the university department that negotiated a campus-wide contract with a copier company and ask that the library floors be excerpted from the contract because:
Introducing KIC Click Mini, our new and exciting book scanner that achieves a far more affordable price point for face-up book scanning than ever before. Are there any compromises? You decide.
The KIC Click Mini captures 30 book pages per minute! It produces sharp, clear images in full color at 300dpi for instant access on tablets, notebooks, smart devices and easy transfer to desktop PCs and servers. Its 12.25 x 19.2 inch bed size is significantly larger than double-letter and is large enough for most book pages. Very large books can be scanned one page at a time sideways and the images rotated. And of course, it handles loose paper and other flat material, too.
Photocopiers, fax machines, PCs, monitors and keyboards clutter up otherwise beautiful libraries across America. KIC Click Mini reverses that trend, replacing copiers and fax machines and adding scanning in a single machine with clean lines and efficient design.
The Click Mini's sleek look and elegant design put the full KIC self-serve digitization functionality into a mere 20 inch width. It's large, 22 inch touch screen and capture surface are at the perfect heights for quick, standing operation when placed on a typical table or its optional floorstand. The optional KIC SmartDock feature can transfer 10-20 full-color pages per second directly to any smart device.
Unlike copiers and flatbed scanners, the Click Mini allows users to digitize books face-up, without damaging books by having to press them hard against a glass plate. The Click Mini's lightening speed is derived as much from its fast opto-electronics as from the fact that its face-up design obviates the need to flip books over and over again during the digitization process.
The Click Mini produces beautiful, full-color images at no additional cost over black & white images! Searchable PDF's and editable text files are a snap to create. As with all KIC self-serve systems, the Click Mini's text-to-speech capability produces audio files that can be played in any MP3 player. Studying and research have never been so easy!
........ We love the KIC scanner. It is incredibly fast and simple to use. - Art Institute of Chicago
........ Students refer to KIC as the system that does everything. - Northwestern
........ We are thrilled with the KIC and Opus scanning systems - University of Oregon
........ KIC is the best asset in the library. - Southern Methodist University
........ We love how simple the KIC scanner is. Scanning face up makes it so easy for delicate books. - UCLA
........ KIC is free, it's convenient, and it keeps you out of the copy line. - Amherst College
........ My favorite is the new KIC Bookeye scanner...it has been quite popular.... It's so cool and scans super-fast. - Boston University
........ There are two pieces of equipment that I love in this library; the hole puncher and the KIC scan station, because they both work every time! - Florida Atlantic University
........ We are replacing all our copiers with KIC... We are thrilled with KIC. - Fuller Theological Seminary
........ Everything works so well - BSCAN ILL with the Bookeye has exceeded our expectations! - George Mason University
........ Thank you for providing such a great product and such great service, and for being committed to making sure that your product continues to be the best that it can be! - Maryville University
........ We're VERY pleased with BSCAN ILL, Everything is working great! - Tufts University
........ Our ILL Department is practically based on our Bookeye scanner with Bscan ILL, we love this product. - University of Memphis
........ We're very impressed with the quality of the scans from our Bookeye 4. - University of South Florida
........ We're so pleased with the service from DLSG at Image Access. - University of Vermont
........ I was extremely impressed with the level of service and dedication ... always a pleasure using your products! - University of Washington, Seattle
........ Opus FreeFlow and our Bookeye scanner are so great we bought a second one! - Wayne State University
........ It's all working great! - Western Connecticut State University
........ Everyone is really liking KIC. It is totally saving us a lot of time. KIC is very intuitive and simple to use. - Montana State University Billings
........ We love our Bookeye 3, love it. We love Opus FreeFlow too. - University of Houston
........ We love Opus FreeFlow and all the auto features, like the thumb removal and the book deskew. The quality of the images are absolutely amazing. - The American Museum of Natural History
........ We love BscanILL and how it automatically sends out articles to the users. - University of Denver
........ Wow! KIC is very easy to use and is self explanatory. Everyone at the school has had nothing but praise for it . - Cleveland State University
........ Given the virtual aspect of students' learning today, this method of research material delivery is essential. - University of Washington
........ We love KIC with the Bookeye 4 scanner. The Inter-library Loan department salivates on a regular basis. They have orbital (face-up) scanners of their own, but they come down to use KIC because they like it much better. - Texas A&M
........ It's the most essential piece of equipment in our library. - Baylor University
........ The KIC interface is ten times better than the BookScan Station (CCP, Scannx, Xerox) user interface. - Harvard University
........ We LOVE LOVE LOVE the cropping features and the upload speed on our KIC Bookeye 4! - The Brooklyn Museum of Art
........ We love our KICs! - Howard Hughes Medical Center
........ I can see so many uses for this KIC book scanning system, and it will definitely save wear and tear on library materials. - Northwestern State University
........ KIC is what people want. We have noticed a significant decrease in photocopy use and an increase in scanner use. The KIC scanners are more efficient and they save paper. Both students and faculty like how easy they are to use and that they save time. - University of Missouri, Kansas City
........ I'm very pleased with the Bookeye and Opus FreeFlow, more importantly the service supplied by your team. I want to commend all of you! I may be used as a reference! - 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
........ We have been very pleased with this scanner and software (BSCAN ILL with Bookeye scanner), both with the quality of the scans and with the workflow efficiencies it offers. Support for the product by the vendor has also been very satisfactory... (in addition) we are filling a larger number of journal article requests from full-text online databases. - University of St. Thomas
........ Opus searchable pdf's are more reliable, take less time and are much better than the Acrobat text pdf's. - Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
........ As with all really cool, useful technology it was very popular so we are thrilled to announce that a second KIC has been set up on the first floor of our library. - Plattsburgh State University of New York
........ Students line up to use KIC instead of photocopiers. Our users are loving that they do not have to pay for scanning with KIC. - University of Texas, Arlington
........ I am always impressed with the service that DSLG / Image Access provides. - Columbia Law School
........ We love the BookEdge so much more than the Scannx product. KICs interface is so easy to use, it is just two steps. - Millersville University of Pennsylvania
........ I'm very impressed with Bookeye 4 scanner and BSCAN ILL software. We increased our productivity... what took me 4 hours in the past, now it takes me just 1 hour. We are very happy. - Midwestern State University
........ I love the excellent and prompt service you guys provide, I know a lot of tech companies that provide terrible service. KIC is very easy and simple to use. I love that it splits the pages for you. - Miami University of Ohio
........ Wow, you guys (service department) are awesome. These are the best scanners ever. - Colorado State University
........ We've been scanning our older public records using a Bookeye since 2006. Digitizing our records and making them available on line is one of the best decisions we made. - Hendricks County
........ KIC is very popular here, people use it all the time. I love how it performs so quickly. - Bentley University
........ We and our patrons are thrilled with the KIC BookEdge! - St. Mary's College of Maryland
........ Our new WideTEK 25 scanner so beautiful! The quality of images is so impressive. We are extremely happy to have this scanner in our department. - Northeastern University
........ KIC made my life so much easier during a stressful exam week! - Duke University
........ Our KIC BookEdge is our new best friend! It has enhanced our ILL process and solved the problem of copying tightly bound journals with almost no gutter left. Our students love using it too! - Baylor University, School of Nursing
........ The KIC BookEdge+ is a very intuitive system. I got the hang of it quickly... I don't know how, but you folks built a machine that knew what I was thinking, what I was needing. ... Just feedback to show my appreciation for KIC and your super service. Like I said, you guys made me feel important! - Texas Tech University
........ Our KIC BookEdge system looks so much nicer than the Scannx (Xerox, CCP), the cabinet looks so sleek. - Villanova
........ If I had the money I'd buy three more of these! (Bookeye 3 R2) We run it day in and day out with great results! - Boston University
........ We Really like KIC, it is very easy and intuitive. - University of San Francisco
........ The BSCAN ILL software and BookEdge scanner has increased our productivity and efficiency significantly. My student workers love it. - Montana State University, Billings
........ Students are absolutely stunned by KIC's abilities. - North Georgia College & State University
........ Our students LOVE the KIC BookEdge systems, so we think they were a great purchase. - Emporia State University
........ I can tell you that of the public scanners we have for patron use, [which includes the Zeta] the KIC BookEye systems are by far the most popular. - Texas A&M University
........ Students love KIC and use it ALL the time. - Paul Smith's College
........ Students LOVE KIC - it's totally intuitive - works like a charm! - St. Mary's College
........ KIC is seriously impacting my printer/copier revenue stream! Students love it! - University of New Hampshire
........ Who needs a photocopier now that we have a KIC book scanning system? - Diablo Valley College
........ We always have long lines to use our 6 KIC scanners! - University of Houston
........ Our KIC was so popular - always a line of students waiting to use it - we had to purchase a second one! - University of Alaska
........ KIC is AWESOME!" - University of Oregon .......... We LOVE our KIC book scan stations! - University of Iowa
........ The KIC interface seems to be better designed based on staff and student comments. - Texas A&M
........ Love the KIC scanner. NO need for a photocopier! - University of Pennsylvania
........ We love you KIC scanners AND so do our STUDENTS! Thanks! - Missouri, Columbia
........ We love our KIC system, it is so much cooler than the Ivina. KIC looks like it is from the 21st century, the other one looks like it is from a hundred years ago. Also we love the fact that you can export as an MP3 in KIC. - Millersville University of Pennsylvania
........ KIC makes my research so much more accessible! Thank ya! - Duke University
........ Students love the KIC, they are always using it. You would think that with all the other technology our library has, that students would use them. No, instead they say 'You guys have a KIC!! That is so Cool!' - Miami University of Ohio
........ Without a doubt, the KIC BookEdge is a great machine. But the service we received...is what made the sale. - St. Mary's College of Maryland
........ People love the KIC Bookeye 4 scanner, they love using the cradles. - Columbia Law School
........ Our administrators have noted that photocopier activity has gone down in the past years, and they are attributing that to KIC ... the quality of the scans are excellent ... The Bookeyes are amazing scanners. - University of Texas
........ The opportunities created for NSU students to enhance their studies and course materials will be unmatched by most institutions of comparable size---and by many that are much larger! - Northwestern State University
........ Each time I've had the opportunity to introduce a new student to this service, the response has generally been surprise and delight. - University of Washington