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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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A Simple Case for E-Forms and Self Service

Customer self-service is a concept that I fully support. It has applications in just about every industry and vertical market, including the public sector. The cost savings, both actual and potential, have huge implications for companies in the private sector and at all levels of the public...

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SharePoint 2010: The New SOA Platform

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a term you don’t hear very much anymore. It was all the rage when I was doing hands-on consulting many years ago so, I’m quite familiar with the goals and challenges of developing a SOA. Wikipedia defines SOA as “a flexible set of ...

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A "cloudy" future for document capture

Hearing a phrase such as "cloudy future" immediately conjures up bad thoughts and gloom-and-doom scenarios. However, in the case of document capture "cloud computing" is bringing extremely positive change. In this post I would like to break down the basic components of ...

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