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Reviews

“I needed to scan a periodical there last winter, and they have a couple Scannx machines,” said Harner. “When I used it, I thought ‘Holy Cow! This is amazing!’ I took cell phone pictures (of the machine), did an on-line search, and called.” Harner connected with Murray Dennis, founder and CEO of Scannx, who agreed to help customize a Book ScanCenter 7145 to meet his needs. “I can’t say enough about how great they have been to work with: The customization, the good will of the customer service, and the good value for the dollar,” said Harner. “I wish I could buy a washing machine from these people. It’s such a good company.”

We thought it was awesome,” said Fabiola Martinez, Legal Administrative Coordinator with Public Advocates in San Francisco. “It’s a great tool for us to continue to bridge our information with local communities and statewide audiences. For now, we use it primarily for our Spanish speaking audience, but as we continue to grow our organization, it will continue to touch other communities and populations as well. In fact, one or the things we used it for recently was to translate a fact sheet into Tagalog.”

“Almost everyone that goes to a public law library are stressed about something. Whether you’re learning how to start a business or change the deed on a property that your great aunt gave you, you are stressed. That changes your ability to process new technology. The Scannx Book ScanCenter has done a really good job of meeting the needs of our patrons. . . . And now they can have materials in their own language.”
Mark Estes

Former Library Director, Alameda County Law Library

“If you miss the image editing features that Odyssey provided, the Scannx does that all for you automatically. It has all the essential features of a more expensive system and it will really make you more efficient. It’s worth it.”
Jennifer Jacobs, Head of Access Services

Aubrey R. Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College

“It’s easy to use. Most of what we do is lend out articles, and we need a way to get them there fast and efficiently and with good quality. . . If a library needed that functionality, I would recommend it.”
Melody Senecal, Medical Librarian

Shawnee Mission Medical Center in Kansas

“I would definitely recommend it. All the benefits we were looking for are still there, and all the things that drew me to this product over others are still reasons I would pick Scannx again. The trust is still there. The product is still working the way I envisioned it working.”
Jason Paulios

Senior Librarian - Adult Services Iowa City Public Library

“We love the machine. All of our patrons love it. We got rid of two copy machines and are down to one. We haven’t had any trouble with it. Everyone just loves it.”
Judith Rogers

Administrative Services Specialist

State Law Library of Montana

“Save yourself time and support staff hours by replacing all of your existing photocopy stations with Scannx Book ScanCenters.”
Lonnie Eisenbarth

Manager, Strategic Technologies, University of Washington

“I think as students realize the advantage of putting things on their smart phones and tablets, it will dawn on our students that they don’t have to use paper, and they don’t have to carry their textbook to class.”
Joan Weber, Director of Library and Media Services

Yakima Valley Community College, Washington

“Scannx beats everything else hands down. I have had nothing but good experiences with both the company and the product. When people find out how convenient this is, it’s going to supplant copiers.”
Dave Daley

Information Technology Consultant

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, San Jose State University

“The students have just loved the simplicity of the interface with the touch screen. And we really appreciate the way the technology has kept up with the students’ preference for mobile devices like iPads and iPhones. We haven’t had time to study the statistics yet, but we think that students will really appreciate having that option.”
Lisa R. Norberg

Dean of the Library and Academic Information Services, Barnard College, New York

“The support end of it is key. We now have a complete solution fully supported by one vendor. And the feature set is one of best as far as the variety of connectors.”
Carl Combs,

TSS Supervisor, Information Technologies Division.

Eastern Washington University’s

“It’s extremely easy to use, and it’s very low maintenance. We’ve had no repairs. Once it’s in and set up, it’s good to go. It’s a good price and the quality is very high. I definitely recommend it.”
Victoria Coulte, Assistant Director for Technical Services and Collections

University of Wisconsin Law Library

“The biggest thing that keeps coming up is how easy the Scannx Book ScanCenter is to use, and how it does beautiful crisp scans. If it were up to me, I’d put one in every branch.”

Colleen Formby

Maryland Room Librarian

Hyattsville Branch, Prince George County Library in Maryland

“People have told me they have been very happy with the speed of the scanner, the way it seems to auto-crop, and that it converted things quickly into the format they want and then easily uploads the file to Google Drive and Gmail.”
Jill Vassilakos-Long

Gov. Info Specialist and Coordinator for Special Collections

California State University, San Bernadino

“Save yourself time and support staff hours by replacing all of your existing photocopy stations with Scannx Book ScanCenters.”
Lonnie Eisenbarth

Manager, Strategic Technologies

University of Washington

“Having something work this well and this easily in a world where things tend to get complicated was refreshing. It’s a nice change when something works better than advertised.”
Kurt W. Wagner, Asst. Director-Library Information Systems

David and Lorraine Cheng Library, William Paterson University, Wayne NJ

“For students, it is a one stop shop. They come in, hit a couple buttons and start scanning. There’s no need for training; no hand holding. It takes care of itself. And the price? Holy mackerel! It’s crazy good.”
Michael Klepper

Communications Librarian

University of Virginia Law Library

“Having something work this well and this easily in a world where things tend to get complicated was refreshing. It’s a nice change when something works better than advertised.”
Kurt W. Wagner, Asst. Director-Library Information Systems

David and Lorraine Cheng Library, William Paterson University, Wayne NJ

“If you can be in love with a machine, I’m in love with this machine. It is the easiest piece of equipment and technology that you can give to a student to empower them and open vistas that are not available other places.”
Stephanie Bange

Director of the Educational Resource Center

Wright State University

“The students have just loved the simplicity of the interface with the touch screen. And we really appreciate the way the technology has kept up with the students’ preference for mobile devices like iPads and iPhones. We haven’t had time to study the statistics yet, but we think that students will really appreciate having that option.”
Lisa R. Norberg

Dean of the Library and Academic Information Services

Barnard College, New York