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Rise of the Machines: Machine Learning, Capture and Analytics

Teaching Machines to Understand Documents

I remember when I first started out in the document capture and ECM world, I was sitting across from a CIO, presenting our technology, and he started asking pointed questions about configuration and services.   561 more words

Document Analytics

Capture and Paperless Stats: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Document Capture, The Paperless Office and Digital Transformation

I have been working on some new presentations, and digging up some statistics on document capture and the paperless office.   222 more words

Document Capture

Notes From the Field: Pet Insurance Claim Automation Solution

Capture, Workflow, ECM and ERP: Recipe for Automation

I had a great call with one of our customers the other day, a major pet insurance organization.   588 more words


Document Analytics and You: Why It Matters in Capture

The Many Dimensions of Your Documents

I had dinner the other night with our CTO and our conversation was focused on why our technology was different, and what our Document Analytics patent brought to the table.   987 more words

Document Analytics

Capture+BPM: Pre, Mid-Stream and Post

With the rise of Document Capture as a Platform (CaaP), there is an enormous opportunity for organizations to leverage the power of capture as an intelligent document automation component to any business process or workflow solution.   456 more words


Account Opening in the Digital Age

Today’s Post by: Trent Shupe, Portfolio Marketing Manager, Case Management and Smarter Process, IBM

Back in April, I wrote about the newly announced strategic partnership between IBM and DocuSign. 315 more words

Enterprise Content Management

Streamline document processing with Cognitive Capture

Today’s Post by: Roger Welch, Senior consultant, IBM Analytics

IBM Datacap has never been more exciting than it is right now. There’s a palpable anticipation with new tool sets that is leading SME’s to discover all the new possibilities. 386 more words

Enterprise Content Management