Key developments in handwriting recognition are discussed here. This includes handwriting recognition innovations and their importance today.
Acquiring automation solutions often means conducting a Proof of Concept or evaluation because technology solutions are often too complex to assess simply by comparing a list of features. Find out how to conduct a successful PoC here.
Now that Software-defined Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) is here, is gathering input data really that big of a problem? Find out here.
The age of software-defined Intelligent Document Processing is here. Find out what this means for your organization.
Here’s a dirty, little secret about IDP software vendor claims and how to truly automate document-oriented tasks.
The Art of Handwriting Recognition in Intelligent Document Processing defines what both handwriting recognition and ICR mean and how to apply them.
Due to uncertainty and accelerated claims, the insurance industry needs to create new operational efficiencies to improve wafer-thin margins. Find out how.
Automation has hit a productivity ceiling in some industries. Find out more about the hype around automaton and its true impact on labor and productivity.
Ontology is the latest buzzword in the intelligent capture solution domain. Sounds cool. But what does it mean? Does it really change things for the better?
More than just the end user experience, ease of use leveraging machine learning unleashes document automation for every organization. Find out how.
These practical steps for a Proof of Concept (PoC) offer guidance on assessing the straight through processing (STP) potential of any intelligent capture system.
Adopting intelligent capture is risky if you don’t have all the facts. Here is actionable advice for avoiding the pitfalls and ensuring project success.