ibml’s SoftTrac® ScanDS is a scanning solution that enables organizations to centralize information management, leverage a common interface across their scanners, and take advantage of optional in-line OCR, barcode recognition and document classification capabilities previously only available on ibml’s ImageTrac® scanners.
SoftTrac® Capture Suite delivers the robust functionality required in today’s increasingly complex capture environment.
LEADTOOLS PDF Pro includes everything developers need to read, write, view (as raster) and edit PDF files with advanced capabilities such as the extraction of text, images, hyperlinks and metadata, updating, splitting and merging pages from existing PDF documents, converting to PDF/A as a real document, linearization, and reducing PDF document size with the LEADTOOLS PDF Optimizer.
OPEX’s innovative one-step scanning process continues with FalconV ™ . With two additional sort bins and enhanced multi-feed detection, FalconV increases the functionality and flexibility of its universal document scanning workstations. FalconV combines the performance of a high-capacity production scanner with OPEX’s unique prep-reducing process. From Document Conversion Services to Remittance Processing to Digital Mail Centers, FalconV is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges.
Forget everything you know about desktop scanning. Drawing on ibml’s long history in leadership in document scanning, the ImageTracDS 1155 delivers performance, reliability, and value unmatched by any other mid-high volume desktop scanner.
Scanners from Kodak Alaris help workers achieve objectives with a combination of high-volume output and outstanding reliability.
Scan anything, anywhere, any time. That is the dream for many people, and today’s technology is making that a reality. Using a camera such as those on smartphones to capture information provides flexibility and can do things that a traditional scanner cannot.
Sharp HealthCare is a not-for-profit regional healthcare system that serves a population of about 3 million people in San Diego County, California. It includes four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals, two medical groups, and a range of other facilities and services. Sharp has 2,087 beds and about 16,000 employees—in addition to nearly 4,200 staff and medical group physicians—and reported $3 billion in revenue in its latest fiscal year.
If you were the largest Property and Casualty insurer in your state with over 170 agent offices and 15 claim locations and needed to automate your paper-based claims process, how would you go about doing it? “Good question,” you say? Well, here’s one good answer.
It’s been seven years since ECM Connection (then Integrated Solutions magazine) last spoke with Vickie Torregrossa, Director of Information Systems for Food For The Poor. Back in 2006, Torregrossa and her team had implemented a document imaging and remittance processing system that allowed the international organization to create digital images of donation checks and digitally transmit them to its bank.
Throughout time people have been looking for ways to gather information. The invention of the printing press allowed large scale production of documents and printing of the earliest forms. Until the 1980’s information collected from forms was tabulated by hand or manually entered into a computer.
Digitizing patient information residing on hardcopy to integrate it into electronic medical records (EMR) is helping to pave the path to more efficient delivery of healthcare in the United States. Physician practices, health management organizations, neighborhood clinics, urgent care facilities and hospitals are moving along the spectrum to meet electronic medical records adoption goals set forth by both by government regulation and healthcare industry expectations.
As much as credit cards and digital wallets have tried to take over, checks are still a very prevalent and practical way to make payments and financial transactions. However, just because consumers and businesses are still relying on traditional, paper-based financial transactions doesn't mean that technology can't streamline deposits and improve customer satisfaction.
How one service provider delivers high quality images of the most 'interesting' documents (for less!)
The lifeblood of any company—regardless of industry—lies in the data and information it produces and uses. In Financial Services organizations, this content is often locked in up diverse systems and applications, sometimes exists only in print, and can come from a number of internal stakeholders or external clients and customers.
VisionQuest Alliance (VQA) is a non-profit organization that provides Christian organizations with a full range of affordable, high-quality business services including donation processing, donor support, receipt production and processing, accounting, payroll, audit prep, accounts payable, and constituent database maintenance. VQA was founded in 2001. They work with mission sending, relief and training organizations ranging in size from $200,000 to $20 million per year. VQA processes approximately 27,000 donations, totaling about $4.5 million each month. The highest number of donations are generally received during December and January.
Nearly every sizable organization on the planet has at least one customer relationship management (CRM) software system. Over the years, as these systems expand and mature, most organizations compile a wealth of customer data that can be segmented for automated, ongoing customer communications. Unfortunately, the primary form of communication is a steady stream of unsolicited emails which, over time, results in diminishing response rates and click-throughs, doing little to drive meaningful customer engagement.
Ambir Technology recently announced it has signed an agreement with Nuance Communications to bundle Nuance Power PDF full version on select Ambir scanner models, as well as a 45-day free trial for all other Ambir and DocketPORT scanners, enabling users to do more with PDF files in one straightforward and easy-to-use solution.
M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that dramatically improve how businesses manage documents and other information, recently announced the company has been recognized as the only vendor to appear in the Visionaries quadrant in Gartner, Inc.’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management.
ibml Capture Suite is selected as Data Capture/Recognition Product of the Year at this year’s Document Manager Awards ceremony.
A government body in Singapore has enlisted the services of Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia (BSA), a leader in enterprise content management, to digitise 2.2 million pages of its hardcopy documents.
OmniJoin, the web conferencing division of Brother International Corporation, recently announced the launch of the OmniJoin Waiting Room feature to improve the patient experience during telehealth interactions, addressing rising patient expectations, and a growing need for remote, on-demand care.