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Is there Quality Assurance In your workflow?

Many vendors talked about how their software can automate the quality assurance process by implementing various processes while scanning (black edge and three hole removal, deskew and enhance the image)

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Recommended Workflow for Large Format Scanning

The consist of the following steps Selection Prepping Scanning Quality Assurance Indexing Quality Assurance Import to Database for use in Software application Selection is assumed

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Open Source ERP: When Open Source Collaboration Breaks Down

However, contributions are also made in quality assurance, documentation and support

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Exceptions Happen!

If your project requires zero exceptions, run for the hills. No deployment of even basic imaging technology is without exceptions. If by chance your deployment is free of exceptions, you have done one of two things, not created an exception handling process and your exception documents are...

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How we can make EHR even more secure

The most effective way to accomplish this is to implement a file tracking system designed to account for all actions: folder pull, delivery, folder check-in, document preparation, scanning, quality assurance testing, re-processing, indexing/exporting/OCR, auditing, folder check-out and in-process check-out

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The Audacity of Email

Let me give you a concrete example: You are developing a new add-on for SharePoint that requires you to engage a team of end users in your office, the systems integrator who designed it, an offshore team of testers and quality assurance to make sure that everything works properly

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Ensuring Compliance: Information Types Your Organization Should Be Concerned About

It goes without stating that companies must be vigilant in designing both privacy and security protections into their design and quality assurance practices

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Hand-print or Handwriting, HUGE difference!

When doing this type of forms processing you will always have quality assurance steps, but you can get close to the accuracy of any OCR process

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