Earlier this month, I traveled to the Lone Star State to lead an educational session at Capture 2012: Imaging to Archive, one of the industry’s premier events on complex data capture and transactional content management.While conferences across a variety of industries are struggling to remain on top of real-world trends, I felt that Capture 2012 did a great job of tapping into the pain points and benefits organizations can realize from deploying capture automation and processing technologies. My talk focused on the changing landscape of mobile technology and the many benefits that OCR technology brings to today’s mobile devices and form driven institutions, and provided use cases for how data capture technology can turn smartphones into powerful data capture and input devices
If there was a Super Bowl for capture technologies, what technology groups would be the “Capture Bowl” contenders and which one would get the Lombardi trophy?
Last week, Chris Riley discussed a topic very near and dear to my heart – mobile capture
I am constantly reminded in working with clients doing data capture that the cost of error is not well understood or dealt with effectively
Specifically, the “cloud” offers an intriguing opportunity for Data Capture. Why?
Hi Kevin, I'm new to the industry and am having to learn about data capture as well as some of the associated technologies
The same way that people upload and tag a picture to Facebook can be the same experience someone can automatically capture information from a business card, expense receipt or business document and upload to a repository. The challenges of information capture via mobile are to be expected when there is so much new technology convergence, and especially, when all of these technologies are potential ‘game-changers’: Mobile, Information Capture, Enterprise 2.0/Social and Cloud. Forward-thinking technology vendors, savvy systems integrators or end-user organizations that choose to truly embrace and begin to harness the power of these platforms have a tremendous opportunity to design extremely easy to use, yet highly effective ubiquitous information capture via mobile solutions. #mobile #ScanningandCapture #camera #remote #mdc #data #digital #deposit #iPad #iphone #andriod #Capture
My most recent stop was in New York, where my colleagues and I attended Harvey Spencer’s Document Capture 2010 . It was great to hear opinions and discuss the trends impacting the capture market today
The term “Information Governance” - does seem to be the high-level umbrella term that captures it all
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As I said earlier, this got me thinking about the potential savings for the whole healthcare ecosystem if they were to automate data capture and recognition. With data capture and document processing solutions, patient documents can be automatically converted into electronic formats and routed to an electronic health record system
If you are like me and constantly read industry news so you can remain “in the know,” and on top of the industry issues and trends shaping the capture market, then you have likely noticed the recent onslaught of new product announcements leveraging OCR. All of this confirmed something that I have been hoping for the last few years: that there is an industry push to use capture technology to make mobile devices and applications better interact with the world around the user