You could have a programmer tackle it for you. My first thought is that the Linux SANE (scanner) program could be modified to do this and then it shot across the LAN to it's final filing place.
But why aren't they doing it right on the computer? Seems to me you could move out of the dark ages fast.
We have a 4-page application that customers fill out by hand and are scanning them, then renaming each page by "Customer # - Page Title"
(We want to keep each page as a separate file so it can be pulled up individually, since the different pages are used by different parts of our company)
However, it seems there has to be a way to either use software to:
A. Setup templates that allow us to enter cust # then have it automatically setup the files (we scan them in same order)
or more likely...
B. Modify our application to hold a unique identifier that some scanner or software??? could identify as specific page 1,2,etc. and then even allow us to stick possibly a sticker with the customer's name or number or barcode??? in the corner. Then we could place a day or so worth of app's in the scanner and have the files automatically created "cust # - page 1" or something similar.
Seems there must be something like this out there????????