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Revolutionise your approach to document storage with data capture

Not only do physical document archives take up a lot of storage space, they’re also difficult and time-consuming to search, regardless of well organised they may be. However, once documents have been scanned and digitised, the data within them will be digitally captured, making it readily available for you to share or access at the touch of a button.

How does data capture work?

Data capture is the second stage in a process which begins with digital scanning. Once documents have been scanned, the data within them can be captured in a level of detail to meet your requirements. For example, you might simply need to have the titles of files captured, or multiple fields within a document. Once the information you need has been canned, this enables forward processing through a wide range of business applications, such as Accounts Processing.

There are times when automatic recognition for documents isn’t possible. When this is the case, our well-equipped data keying bureau will manually extract date from documents with a very high level of accuracy. Once this has been done, you’ll then be able to access and search archives of information at the touch of a button.

In addition, our data capturing service also includes full optical character recognition (OCR). We use the latest specialist and highly reliable character recognition software to convert physical documents into a fully searchable digital format to provide you with an accurate document archive you can rely upon. Not only does this allow for speedy document searches, it also enables paper documents to be converted into digital editable formats, suitable for use in a wide range of software such as Microsoft Word.

Contact PDM – your data capture specialists

Data capture offers the potential to turn your physical paper archive into responsive, living documents. To find out more, or to discuss your requirements, why not get in touch today?

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