Newsletter | October 24, 2017

10.24.17 -- Application Retirement — Is Documentum On Your Top 10 List?

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Document Reader Indexes, Extracts Information From 350,000 Pre-1908 Records
Case Study | By A2iA Corporation

A document classification and data extraction toolkit automated the indexing of over 350,000 pages of pre-1908 census tables, a process that if done by hand would have required several dozen years of work.

VisionQuest Alliance Operates More Efficiently, Reduces Time To Process Donations
Case Study | By OPEX Corporation

Realizing that it was time for a change, Rebecca Schroeder, director of donor services for VisionQuest Alliance, approached OPEX about its newest and highest performing technology, the OPEX FalconRED™. Designed to open envelopes, categorize the contents, and scan documents quickly and efficiently using intelligent document coding and sorting technology, the FalconRED proved to be an ideal fit for VQA.

Application Retirement — Is Documentum On Your Top 10 List?
Guest Column | By Bill Tolson, Archive360

Aging applications are eventually retired or shut down for reasons ranging from a better, more innovative solution becoming available, for consolidation, for cost and/or risk reduction, and because of new legal and/or regulatory requirements. There are other motivations as well, but where there seems to be less understanding is what should be done with the associated application data?

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a2ia mNote eliminates the burden of carrying paper documents and the risk of losing them. Powered by A2iA's award-winning handwriting recognition capabilities, a2ia mNote brings unstructured and cursive text extraction to the mobile device.

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