Cloud vs On-Premise Software for Digital Document Management

There is no question that a digital document management system provides easier access to documents from anywhere compared to a paper-based system. This is one of the primary reasons for adopting a DMS – accessibility. A DMS can remove all kinds of barriers to access, allowing for teams to collaborate regardless of their location, the …
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Where and How is OCR Used

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology is a mature technology with wide business use. Essentially, it lets users extract text from an image so it can be manipulated in a word processor or database. In other words, it turns an otherwise difficult-to-use image into meaningful content. So, what are some of the more popular uses of …
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What is OCR and Ideal Settings to Maximize Extraction for Meaningful Data

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There are a myriad of technology enablers to help organizations go paperless. Among the top considerations is optical character recognition technology (OCR technology). OCR is a powerful tool that is often part of any document management system (DMS). But, how can organizations ensure they get the most out of it? What’s All the Fuss About …
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3 Best Practice Tips for Effective Mobile Content Capture

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Mobile content capture continues to grow as more and more, smartphones are being used as primary devices. As Statista points out, automatic data capture solutions are regularly deployed for factory, warehouse, and logistics applications, and include both handheld and stationary bar code scanning and imaging devices, as well as bar code printers, and mobile computing …
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What is Mobile Content Capture

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Traditional content capture in the enterprise used to consist of digitizing paper-based documents into images by scanning them and saving them to storage. While this was a step in the right direction for archiving back then, it’s still very limiting. Whether paper or a JPEG file, the content was essentially locked in. One could only …
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