Intelligent Capture

Intelligent capture automates content ingestion, speeding up the routing of information to the right users and system in the organization. It provides an entry point for intelligent process automation (IPA) by removing unnecessary steps from users. Combining standard capture features, such as optical character recognition (OCR), with powerful machine learning, capture extracts information from content and automatically routes it to the right user and right lead system.

Features of Intelligent Capture

Deployment Options

Take control of capture operations with a scalable platform that offers a choice of deployment, whether utilizing an internal infrastructure or a certified cloud platform, such as Microsoft Azure.

Multiple Capture Toolsets for High Accuracy Data Extraction

Define the document type and extract the text to understand the context and employ efficient processes with a multi-engine approach that ensures documents are ready for use after capture.

Capture Flow: Workflow Engine Provides Routing Of Information, Directly To Lead Systems

Route information with a simple-to-use workflow to reduce the process initiation time without requiring complex system integrations.

Embedded Machine Learning

Teach the system how to see new content with machine learning algorithms for improved accuracy and process automation to speed straight-through processing of business processes.

Secure Connectors for Hybrid Deployments and Multi-Site Distributed Capture

Ensure data is encrypted both at rest and in-flight between Intelligent Capture and connected systems whether in the same data center or in a different cloud.

Smart Document Classification

Ensure new content is aligned with existing business processes to automate processes and secure documents. Intelligent Capture uses multiple methods to classify both standard document types as well as novel content that may be related to business processes.

Benefits of Intelligent Capture

Intelligent Process Initiation

Offers a single point of capture that can determine the document type and related process without human intervention. By extracting the data and sending the characterized data to lead systems, provides users the information they need in the systems they want, in real time.

Single Platform Deployed Across All Departments and Locations World-Wide

Supports all the different users and processes, no matter if they are as different as onboarding or Accounts Payable, in an easy to manage single solution.

Reduces User Burden for Tedious Tasks

Eliminates time consuming tasks that take users away from high value tasks, such as entering metadata for captured content, automatically and at greater depth.

Simplify Compliance and Access to Documents

Automatically classifies content as it enters the organization to ensure that incoming content, including paper and email attachments, are properly identified based on all types of security and compliance tags, such as Personally Identifying Information (PII), geo-location and contracts.

Secure Connectors for Hybrid Deployments and Multi-Site Distributed Capture

Ensure data is encrypted both at rest and in-flight between Intelligent Capture and connected systems whether in the same data center or in a different cloud.

Smart Document Classification

Ensure new content is aligned with existing business processes to automate processes and secure documents. Intelligent Capture uses multiple methods to classify both standard document types as well as novel content that may be related to business processes.

Knowledge Base

How it Works

Document capture converts a paper document into a digital replica of that document using PDF, JPEG, or TIFF file formats most often. The same software can also import and convert electronic files (Word, spreadsheets) as well. Data capture (sometimes call forms processing) extracts data from a business form.

In document management, Document Scanning and Digitization refers to the process of scanning paper documents and converting them to electronic documents, capturing important information and saving the document in a central repository for easy retrieval later.

he size and scope of your document scanning project are essential factors to consider. Do you have boxes full of records to be scanned or only a small handful of documents that need to be imaged? An excellent start to determining box count and estimating the cost to scan is by performing a file cabinet survey or drawer count.