Unifying the file formats across input capture sources

By Roger Beharry Lall | December 20, 2014

With the plethora of input sources in an organization comes a plethora of file formats. Organizations are dealing with everything from JPEG to TIFF, DOC to CAD. However, some file formats require proprietary file viewers, while others can only be opened up with their native authoring programs. In order to streamline the document processes within organizations – and ensure individuals are able to access all of the documents they need – many companies, and data capture software tools, are standardizing their file types to the PDF. This means that all content, regardless of where it comes from or how it’s captured, is converted to PDF as an organizational standard. This allows the documents to be viewed on any device without concern for viewing software. Check out the video below where Harvey Spencer discusses the file formats and standards in capture.

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