Who has seen the Chase Bank advertisement where a newlywed couple takes a picture of a check they received at their wedding and it’s automatically deposited? Yes, I, too, question the plausibility of that couple taking time out of their busy first night of marriage, but it’s evidence...
Mobile capture is the second wave in distributed capture...The first is Small Simple Distributed capture...The second type is Small Complex Distributed capture...The third type is Big Simple Distributed capture
How is distributed capture working for you?
Distributed Capture solutions have been around for more than 10 years too...There have been a number of first generation distributed capture solutions
Distributed Capture has shown promises over the past few years but it was still lacking in usability that prevented deployments in remote locations with lower volumes
We (collectively) have been doing this for ten or twenty years, and as I said about distributed capture in another context – we have this nailed
Many are looking to integrate SharePoint with distributed capture front-end systems and new or existing repositories, to produce a more robust and capable ECM/RM infrastructure
Through this distributed capture approach, anyone can start the data capture process instead of relying on the centralized data capture method where documents are scanned by a back office team
Look at the following : Auto-indexing via OCR/forms recognition, distributed capture and indexing, acquisition channels (color scanning, fax, email, EDI), workflow and automated routing. Best practices for this criterion : Approximately 30-60% of document volume is automatically indexed (1+ fields), distributed capture capabilities are provided to high-volume remote locations, intelligent forms redesign, bar codes, intelligent forms recognition, auto-processing and workflow
Mailroom Operations: classification can be used as a tool to discern what is being captured and where it should be distributed. Capture