ImagEntry Support

Phoenix Software International ImagEntry technical support is available worldwide. Use one of the many self-service options below or submit a support request.

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Release Status

The ImagEntry release below is currently available for download.

ImagEntry 4.70

Support status: Current
Generally available: December 2016

Viking API 4.70

Support status: Current
Generally available: December 2016

System Requirements


Any hardware system capable of running a supported version of Microsoft Windows with the minimum RAM recommended for your operating system. Upgraded RAM quantity will increase imaging performance.


Viking products can be installed on any network file server that can provide file services to remote Microsoft Windows-based workstations. These include Windows, Novell, and UNIX systems (using SMB protocol) among others. For thin client installations, remote users can access the server over the Internet with a CITRIX or Microsoft Remote Terminal Server.


A 100 Mbit/s network should be adequate to move the images across the network for each transaction.

Storage Capacity

Storage requirements are minimal for data entry batch files, which tend to be small and have a short residence time. As a guideline, assume each operator will generate 100 KB per day. Multiply this by the number of days you will keep the data files on your server to determine the storage capacity requirement.

Most document image files, even ones meant for Optical Character Recognition (OCR), are less than 100 KB each and many compressed images are less than 20 KB each, but you must investigate the size of your images and the amount of time they will reside on the server to estimate your disk storage requirements.