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Building an effective capture solution – Part 2 of 3 (Capture/Processing/Transformation)

The point-being was to carefully consider how the technology will be used to make decisions on devices and interface instead of forcing a technology to be used in situations that might be less than optimal for the users themselves. Disruptive technologies offer great promise The convergence of mega internet bandwidth, cheaper CPU’s, inexpensive memory, virtualization, web services, mobile, social and cloud (to name a few) allow innovative technology providers, as well as savvy systems integrators to create enterprise class capture solutions without compromise

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Hey! I know you.

Recognition technologies of today have allowed us to advance our capture capabilities to new levels with an increased ability to extract relevant information we can then use as metadata to not only store but find the information we are looking for regardless of form. In my view, recognition technologies are some of the best tools to enhance and automate your operations in the capture cycle, streamlining the overall process and increasing levels of accuracy

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Trends Towards Higher Resolution Scanning

It nearly is but there are many underlining technologies that create this magic...In a recent study of scanner users Susan Moyse of Moyse Technology Consulting summed up the current trend quite well, “Scanner users need applications that do more automatically

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10 Ways to Improve Capture OCR and Indexing

You may have invested in capture and OCR technology from ABBYY , AnyDoc , Captiva , Datacap , Kofax , Parascript , ReadSoft , and others but suffer from what should be unacceptable per-page cost

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