Artsyl Launches New Version of Intelligent Document Recognition (IDR) System

11/19/2010

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Artsyl Technologies, a provider of document imaging and capture technologies, today announced the worldwide availability of docAlpha 3.0, the next generation of its data and document capture solution.

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docAlpha is a fully-automated distributed IDR, classification, data extraction and document processing solution. docAlpha automatically collects, identifies and captures large volumes of structured and semi-structured documents. It provides advanced classification and capture capabilities to extract and verify data and seamlessly integrates with a wide range of document management, content management and database applications. docAlpha imports documents from any local or remote source, including scanners, networked MFPs, fax servers, directories, FTP or e-mail. Its front-end integration enables knowledge workers to capture documents from the control panel of popular MFPs and launch a workflow that taps the advanced capture, verification and back-end integration features of docAlpha.

Artsyl docAlpha 3.0 delivers production classification and data extraction from documents via a highly flexible and expandable SOA architecture designed to meet the challenges of virtually any project — from small, departmental tasks to larger enterprise-level initiatives. It allows the customers to easily grow their docAlpha deployments as their needs and volumes evolve over time. A unique combination of self-learning IDR technology, ease-of-use and deployment, high scalability and open for customization and integration architecture makes Artsyl’s docAlpha one of the most state-of-the-art data capture offerings available today.

docAlpha 3.0 streamlines document processing while providing a rapid ROI by reducing manual data entry and document pre-processing tasks. Artsyl’s docAlpha 3.0 easily handles complex documents with wide open taxonomies, delivering highly accurate classification and capture for any type of document from simple receipts to advanced invoices with line item detail including automatic processing of multi-page documents and nested tables.

Artsyl’s docAlpha 3.0 includes expanded front-end connectivity with auto-import of documents from multiple FTP, SFTP and E-mail sources with automatic initiation of workflows. The ability to use XML tickets with incoming documents offers deep integration into existing document management and approval cycles.

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