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Even the Capture Process Needs Consistency

One of the key elements in maintaining a state of compliance or even defensibility of your information management practices and processes is consistency. Capture is no exception and when you look at scanning, this is a multi-step process as shown in this diagram that I use when teaching the ECM class

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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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Improving Document Processes and User Experience with Linearized PDFs

The benefits of serving PDF documents in a fast and reliable manner can not only drive user acceptance and improve customer experience, but also drive down costs in several document-centric processes

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Automate, Automate, Automate: Bridging the Gap Between Capture and Process, an AIIM 2014 Presentation

Harvey Spencer presented Automate, Automate, Automate: Bridging the Gap Between Capture and Process. Traditionally capture has been centered around automating paper based processes at the front-end of business systems and eliminating key entry. As with many of the back-end systems, it has been batch-oriented and thought of as a ‘front-end’ or ‘first-step’ separated from the processes that it feeds

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