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How to Do Mobile Capture without Making the Mistakes We Learned to Avoid 10 Years Ago

Mobile capture is different from centralized capture in two ways: an easy way and a challenging way. The easy way is that mobile capture is very similar to capture with MFP devices, in that both are radically distributed capture . Radically distributed capture, as opposed to moderately...

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Production vs. Distributed vs. Workgroup Scanning --- Aren’t they all the same?

When it comes to scanning documents the vendors have chosen the terms Production, Workgroup and Ad Hoc to describe the scanning process and ultimately to define the customers. While I think these terms have had a place and a purpose it seems that the they have become outdated. These old terms...

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The Complicated, but Essential, World of Capture Software

AIIM and Harvey Spencer of Harvey Spencer Associates have been working on the creation of a Capture Software Evaluation Report, which (we are both EXTREMELY happy to say) is done. Harvey is tremendously knowledgeable and conversant with the myriad uses of capture technology, understands the...

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Remote or Distributed Scanning - Are they Different?

The concept of remote scanning is not new. The implementation of the concept is morphing. In the old days -- which was not that long ago -- the “remote” scanners were connected to the centralized processing system. Effectively it was a “Master & Slave” model. The new...

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What's In The Bag?

"What’s in the bag?" I wondered. While ambling down the street on a recent Friday night, I walked past the local branch of a fairly well-known bank. This particular branch has one of those double door entries. Good for keeping the cold wind out and also, I suppose better for...

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Taking Stock

Every year or so, insurance companies send us reminders to inventory our household assets. They kindly remind us that in the event of disaster, it’s nearly impossible to remember how many shirts were in each closet, or how many tools were in the garage. They remind us, because they know...

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MFPs and Process Automation…the Perfect Marriage

So what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about business process automation (BPA)? I’ll bet that it’s not a multi function peripheral (MFP)! Why do you think that is? When you think about it, many business processes are document driven and are initiated in...

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Universal Document Capture

“First the earth cooled. And, then the dinosaurs came, but they got too big and fat, so they all died, and they turned into oil.” Then came Universal Document Capture! OK, I may have skipped a few important events for the interest of time. I also have to say that I am a big Zucker,...

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Crossing the usability chasm

As a Gen X-er, I am part of the last generation who remembers rotary phones, black and white television sets and manual typewriters. The last century saw the greatest acceleration in terms of technological advances. However, when you try to understand how new technology typically gets adopted,...

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Similar in Capture... Contradicting in Outcomes

Ever wondered how you got the technology right but gained no benefits? Ever wondered how you got the user acceptance and still see no benefits? Ever wondered how the best capture experts could not improve on a working capture system? Well, you have done no wrong, at least, not with your...

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