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That ROI was not where I last left it

Very often organizations have salaried employees whose job description is not data-entry but is doing data-entry work. It's often overlooked because the data-entry portion of their job is ad-hoc and not at tremendous volume at any one time. When the data-entry task is removed from these employees plates, they are able to dedicate more time to their job responsibilities and increase their efficiency

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OCR Stands for Automation – Not Literally

However, Michael raises an interesting counterpoint earlier in his post with the fact that human data entry becomes laborious and typically leads to increased errors as the data entry carries on. With human data entry, you not only need an operator to validate data, but you are also paying the individuals that manually enter the error-riddled data to begin with

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Behind every successful Process lies a prudent Capture

Although, ideally, a process starts from the intent to do a particular task to achieve a specific objective or deliver a service, most of your processes would find itself literally commencing with the entry of data like filling an application

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Your killer SaaS app

Is your SaaS value proposition convincing enough without automatic data entry?...Time is money I might really be overstating the obvious but employers pay employees to work, not do data entry

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Data about Metadata - Indexing large format documents

For the last 13 years, I have learned there are no shortcuts to indexing large format drawings. I have heard stories about utility companies outsourcing an imaging project where they scan and index a large volume of drawings. Unfortunately, they didn’t know how to define their...

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Service Bureaus: The Unheralded Heroes of Our Industry

If you are in need of a reminder, these are just some of the services that can be provided to you: Store and manage paper files and boxes including certified paper destruction when requested Document scanning/capture of virtually any size paper document or microfilm Improve image quality of deteriorating documents – saving documents after a disaster has struck and be an important step to recovery and restarting your business Conversion of the document image to a PDF or other formats as specified such as JPG Data extraction and upload to your back-end processes Data Entry OCR/ICR/Marksense Forms Recognition Indexing with your designated metadata/taxonomy Full-text conversion of large documents like contracts Redaction of data on the image such as a SSN or other PII Upload index data and image files to your system for search and retrieval Automate processes via workflow – such as an accounts payable process Store and host all of your electronic data Provide disaster recovery services Professional services/consulting to help you better understand how to make the best use of their services and your processes Be there to help your business work faster and be more productive – these companies like a challenge What kind of documents and information do they handle?

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