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4 Applications Bringing Information Capture Front and Center: What Could You Do With Faster Access to Important Business Data?

With growing consumerization of apps, the ubiquitous nature of the cloud and mobile, and the Internet of Things, organizations are being confronted with rising volumes of applications and data. ‘Information Chaos’ is how AIIM refers to this phenomena that has IT scrambling to control mounting...


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An Insider’s View on Recognition Technology: Tips for Ensuring a Successful Implementation

Recognition technology has become the ‘ soup de jour’ for companies, organizations and government agencies around the globe who want to automatically process information from forms, checks, mail and other important business documents with greater speed and accuracy. The technology...

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Document Capture is the Onramp to Analytics

In today’s big data economy, it is widely held that companies that invest in and leverage information outperform those that don’t. Those that have adopted a data-driven culture are seeking better ways to access and capture key information to help continually improve their analytic...

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IDR: Is it right for you?

In today’s increasingly complex business environment, companies, government agencies and other organizations stand to gain a greater advantage when they can capitalize on and best leverage information. Knowledge is power. When it comes to forms and documents, as a large repository of that...

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Capture Software: Four Features That Can Have Hidden Costs

In today’s digitally-packed world, there are enough software solutions to make an OEM or reseller’s hard drive spin. Some software can be feature rich but very complex, while others are easier to use but limited in features. Needless to say, uncovering the best technology to address...

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55% of forms data is being rekeyed — Why?!

Last year, we set out with AIIM to measure the adoption of automated recognition of both Optical Character Recognition and Intelligent Character Recognition for processing forms. The results were astounding, especially the lack of organizations utilizing automated recognition. Only 32% of...

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10 Ways to Improve Capture OCR and Indexing

Many organizations have great capture tools but aren’t using them effectively, often without realizing the gap between what they're doing and what they could be doing. You may have invested in capture and OCR technology from ABBYY , AnyDoc , Captiva , Datacap , Kofax , Parascript...

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Throwing Away Important Information?

Despite the adoption of tablets, smartphones, and other electronic means of data capture, paper forms remain the backbone of information gathering. Yet, despite significant advancements in automated forms capture and processing, the majority of businesses are still not making the most of...

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 2 of 3 (Capture/Processing/Transformation)

Building an effective capture solution – Part 2 of 3 (Capture/Processing/Transformation) Implementing capture software technology these days offers many new opportunities that simply were not available just a few short years ago. Just like other ‘traditional’ on-premise...

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Automated Processing & Manual Data Entry: Establishing the Right Mix for Your Business

Many companies rely on a combination of automatic pattern recognition technology and manual data processing. Even with automated forms processing, bad data can get through. And accuracy levels for automated recognition have been under criticism since the technology was first introduced....

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