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Document Capture: Moving from Back to Front

Traditionally, the majority of the capture opportunities I get involved with are initially thinking about employing capture to archive paper documents. While document archiving (typically called “scan to archive”) is important, it doesn’t usually have as significant return on investment as people would like

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Capture Two Years From Today

Capture's roots are based in archival, namely capturing paper documents (usually after a business process has executed) for the purpose of archiving the paper documents in a repository of some sort. As capture transitions beyond scan-to-archive and becomes instrumental in process automation, the historic independent capture system mentality will be forced to evolve into a more transaction centric model that is controlled and integrated within an organization's application framework

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How to do Alerts and Notifications

The Framework for Alerts and Notifications The alerts and notifications framework has eight elements: Event Management , Profiles and Preferences , Rules Management , Process and Policy Management , Delivery Management , Message/Template Management , Archive , and Compliance Administration

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PDF Generated Gibberish

It was amazing to see the diversity of concerns and issues with the PDF “standard” as a variously viewable and archival information format...And, if the fonts are altered from the original document, do you really have an archival quality rendition?

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One Source of the Truth

Part of a successful Document Management solution includes gathering ALL sources of the possible information (email, archives, paper data, electronic files on individual systems etc). All sources of information include historical archives on Microfilm, Microfiche, Aperture Cards and Paper

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Document Management and Records Management. . .What’s The Difference?

Records Management Records management is the practice of maintaining records including classifying, storing, securing and destruction or archival preservation, which protects fragile historical archives and assures permanent records are accessible and readable for years into the future

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3 Basic Tenets of Capture

Efficiency About seven years ago I developed a strategy on ECM that broke down the ECM system into key components: hardware, capture, archive and search and retrieve

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Enterprise File Sharing: Sharing? Yes. Enterprise? Not so much.

They simply can’t struggle to find archived manufacturing plans when regulators come knocking...From creation to review to business use to archiving...Do you need to archive documents to keep them unchanged?

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