Data capture isn’t a new technology. It’s been around since the age of the fax machine and scanner. In certain industries though – namely insurance and banking – what organizations need to do with captured content is changing.
Ingesting content is all well and good, and there are many solutions that provide this kind of service. But what happens to that content once it has been ingested into the system? That is where Advanced Rendering comes in. Not only does it ingest content into PDF format, it can then digest that content and determine what the next step in the document lifecycle should be using enhanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, image comparison technology, and PDF interpretation techniques.
Check out this video with industry experts on content capture, and where it came from.
The relationship between Advanced Rendering and capture
Advanced Rendering is closely tied to content capture. When ingesting content, organizations can standardize on a document format – PDF – ensuring that all content is regulated and meets corporate compliance regulations. In addition, using PDF as the standard format helps organizations to increase collaboration and sharing as there is no need for proprietary file viewers or authoring software, and meet archiving standards to ensure content is available for the long term.
Advanced Rendering takes it one step further by enhancing specific capture-centric processes, such as digital document-onboarding, content and data extraction and document assessment and classification. In addition, by using Advanced Rendering in their capture process, organizations can also enhance de-duplication, searchability, document comparison and multi-format manipulation. Check out this datasheet for more details on how Advanced Rendering optimizes the capture process.
Have a look at this video with Harvey Spencer, capture specialist, on how he sees the relationship between Advanced Rendering and capture.