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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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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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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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Three significant trends we witnessed in the year 2010 that is changing the Document Capture landscape forever

The ‘No Folder Zone’ Despite tremendous improvements in document capture technology and ease of use becoming more prevalent, the fact of the matter is that document capture is not totally automated and often involves human intervention. Therefore, careful considering the pro...

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Trends Towards Higher Resolution Scanning

Napster, MP3, YouTube, iPhone and MySpace. You may be asking yourself “what does this have to do with document scanning?” In reality, not much, other than large file sizes, however when we draw an analogy between large audio files like those found on Napster such as wav files or mp3...

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Document Capture from the user’s perspective

Sometimes it is not the technology itself that dictates either the success or failure of a particular technology. I believe that the “user experience” helps drive adoption of a particular technology or ultimately will bring its demise. Let me give you a few examples. Microsoft...

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