We come across new applications for Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology in some of the unlikeliest of places. A recent example involves the use of computer vision in the online gaming industry. However, even more established applications like Enterprise Content Management (ECM) or Data Loss Prevention (DLP) are enjoying renewed innovation due to cutting-edge advances in the underlying OCR technology.
We’re excited to announce the latest release of Kofax Process DirectorTM (formerly Kofax ReadSoft Process Director). It offers several enhancements to meet the latest SAP requirements, keep up with evolving industry needs, provide greater support for organizations to do business globally, and fully support government mandated e-invoicing.
Robotic process automation (RPA) is a hot topic in the federal technology landscape. Many agencies know that fine-tuning operations and processes alone won’t lead to transformational change. That’s because optimization by itself is not enough. To shift employees to higher-value work, ultimately achieve greater efficiencies, eliminate backlogs, improve citizen services and increase responsiveness, agencies will need to leverage automation.
The world is changing at an accelerating pace, and with 2019 almost in the rearview mirror, our strategy team takes a step back and tries to peer into the future. We explore the trends taking shape in the intelligent automation (IA) market and look for macro patterns that could give us a hint as to what’s to come in the year ahead. Here are our top 10 predictions that will impact the intelligent automation market over the next 12 months.
Welcome to part five of our six-part series that takes you on a journey through the latest concepts in multichannel document capture and intelligent OCR. In part five, we look at some of the challenges RPA customers face when implementing CDA solutions and trying to maximize user productivity.
A significant body of work has been written around strategies for keeping up with the accelerating rate of change and innovation, but cloud is usually one of the top contenders. However, if industry leaders expect change, why are the industry trends pointing toward corporate cloud lock-in potentially worse than the mainframe days?