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How and why to integrate DocShifter with Captiva

How and why to integrate DocShifter with Captiva

Adriaan Degroote,Capture Consultant

February

10

Wednesday

10 February 2016

1:57PM

In this blogpost I'll clarify several features of Captiva Capture and I'll discuss the pros and cons of their import module. Secondly I'll shed light on the successful integration of Captiva and DocShifter, which offers a Capture solution. Lastly, I'll illustrate some extra benefits DocShifter brings to the table.

Captiva’s Role

Captiva Capture's main goal is to: transform all forms of human readable content into actionable information”. In order to achieve this goal, Captiva captures and processes documents from a variety of sources, such as scanners, fax servers, e-mail servers, file systems, web services, and so on. Once the data are imported, Captiva classifies the documents and extracts information which can then be exported to a variety of export locations. By making information immediately available to business departments, business processes speed up. Captiva also minimises processing errors, improves data accuracy and helps businesses reduce their paper handling steps.

E-mail import, the tricky part

When importing information from import sources such as scanners and fax servers, the structure of the information that is received, is known and defined in advance. The predictability of these input channels lies in the fact that the data can be seen as a digital rendition of printed documents, which allows an easy and controlled import. The structure of data that are imported through file ...Read More.

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