Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and its subset, Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR), allow for machine-print and handwritten text in images to be recognized, extracted, and converted into a machine-readable format. Industries like banking and finance use OCR and ICR to extract data from financial documents like invoices and checks, while the healthcare industry uses this technology […]
Benefits Of Automating Mailroom Services
As the holiday season warms up, many will begin sending gifts and letters to their colleagues. This is a simple process for small companies—you can walk a few steps and leave the correspondence on their desk—but when it comes to large enterprises with 1000+ employees, it gets complicated. While some may want to step out […]
Demand for Easy Access to Document Data Continues to Climb
Data extraction software has increased in popularity over the past few years, helping companies become more efficient with their daily activities. Some industries use data extraction software when validating and verifying data while others use it to simplify complex processes. No matter the end goal, data extraction software can prevent the big mistakes that manual […]
A Lot Has Happened In The Past Year For Mortgage Lenders
It’s amazing how quickly things can change. Exactly a year ago mortgage rates were low and demand was high. It seemed like everyone was selling, buying, or refinancing a home. There’s no doubt that the summer of 2021 was hot for mortgage lenders, but everyone knows that the market must cool eventually. Recently, the Fed […]
You’re Awash With Information but Where Do You Start? #Insightful IDP
Alan Pelz-Sharpe at Deep Analysis is on a mission to prevent organizations from making mistakes by backward thinking, whether it is from taking a “technology first” perspective or relying too heavily on simplistic frameworks to make vendor selections, there are a lot of worst practices to avoid. Even in an age where there is a […]
Starting From the Middle Instead of the Beginning
I just read a great article in Document Strategy’s Spring issue by Alan Pelz-Sharpe, the principle at Deep Analysis. The main premise is that while organizations can choose to tackle digital transformation projects at a large scale, should they? The article goes on to point out some impressive arguments for taking a more selective approach […]
Shred the Binky!
Margin compression and how to deliver new products that are increasingly complex, in an efficient way. Those are two key points made at a recent virtual event hosted by HousingWire and sponsored by us, Parascript. We also found that the pandemic did a lot to highlight the process issues associated with lending including the increased […]
There Is No Easy Button, but We’re Getting Closer | Part 3
In order to refresh your memory… here are Part 1 & Part 2. In this last part 3 covering the issue of training samples, we come to the most complex part of the process of curating training sets – High Variance document types. Looking at the Explanation of Payment (EOP) document within insurance payments as […]
What is the most important feature in IDP?
What is the most important feature of an Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) product? Hint: You already know but you don’t spend enough time on it. Before I get to the point, let’s discuss how IDP software is different from most other enterprise software. Features & Functionality – The Hopeless Scorecard of Enterprise Software We’ve all […]
Work at Home Like Isaac Newton
Work from home like Isaac Newton; here are four keys points as guidance for all the isolated digital transformation (DX) pioneers.
Is the Document Dead with Digital Transformation?
Since the document is serving as a Digital Transformation (DX) data container, the document might not die with DX; this may be its resurgence. Find out why.
Should Focus on Document Automation Stop at Paper?
For document automation & digital transformation projects, many organizations still focus on paper, but it’s time to broaden that scope. Find out why.