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How to Do Mobile Capture without Making the Mistakes We Learned to Avoid 10 Years Ago

Mobile capture is different from centralized capture in two ways: an easy way and a challenging way. The easy way is that mobile capture is very similar to capture with MFP devices, in that both are radically distributed capture . Radically distributed capture, as opposed to moderately...

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The Digital Company – How to move from analog to digital processes?

The Digital Company – How to move from analog to digital processes with UDOCX? If you “google” for the digital company you will come across different articles and definitions. “Going digital” can be understood as communicating digitally i.e. by using social media...

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Can Touchless Processing at the Point of Origination™ End the Paperless Office Debate?

Like the proverbial dead horse, the “paperless office” is a term that still elicits endless beatings. What a sad state paper is in. We love it. We hate it. Some days we even love to hate it. Some claim it’s renewable, it’s clutter, it’s a major cause of pollution...

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R.I.P. Production Capture

Recently, Jeff Shuey pondered if Product vs Distributed vs Workgroup Scanning were all the same. I think they are and perhaps to be a bit provocative, I think they are all irrelevant. These terms (Production, Distributed, Ad-Hoc, etc) are all legacy references to the way our industry started....

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Partly Cloudy

Collaboration is all the rage. Everything from major projects to document creation is now subject to multiple reviews and team involvement. Not that this is a bad thing; collaboration is a natural consequence of our increasingly connected world. Software developers have responded to this urge...

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Partly Cloudy

Collaboration is all the rage. Everything from major projects to document creation is now subject to multiple reviews and team involvement. Not that this is a bad thing; collaboration is a natural consequence of our increasingly connected world. Software developers have responded to this urge...

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What's In The Bag?

"What’s in the bag?" I wondered. While ambling down the street on a recent Friday night, I walked past the local branch of a fairly well-known bank. This particular branch has one of those double door entries. Good for keeping the cold wind out and also, I suppose better for...

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Paper Less

There’s an elephant in the room. His name is Trunk, but we call him Paper. He gets into everything. We don’t know where to put him. Yet strangely, sometimes when we need him, we can’t find him. You’d think it would be hard to hide an elephant, but we lose him a lot. Not...

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Touch Points

Those seeking to streamline their document processes have every right to be frustrated. There is an unreasonable disconnect between the seemingly simple desire for information control and the complicated nature of technology that promises—yet often fails—to deliver it. People simply...

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Taking Stock

Every year or so, insurance companies send us reminders to inventory our household assets. They kindly remind us that in the event of disaster, it’s nearly impossible to remember how many shirts were in each closet, or how many tools were in the garage. They remind us, because they know...

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