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Connecting the Dots Between Documents, Content, and Data

Mar 1, 2017 10:49:00 AM by John Mancini

Since the 1980s, relational databases have been used to store business information. They were a huge step forward over hierarchical databases, which organized data into rigid tree-like structures with connections between data elements defined by the links in the structures.

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Topics: data, content management, documents

The Brave New World of Scanning and Capture -- Really?

Aug 2, 2012 5:00:00 AM by John F. Mancini

I recently purchased a new car from one of the largest car dealers in the country (privately owned, $55 million in annual revenues).  Given that I am notoriously cheap about cars, it was a very inexpensive car, and we paid cash.  After negotiating the deal, we went to the back room where we signed all of the documentation.  We signed the following forms:

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Topics: Ford, automobiles, compliance, documentation, records, documents

8 image enhancement techniques in document capture

Apr 28, 2010 12:54:54 PM by John F. Mancini

Two main concerns for any document imaging exercise are the image quality and the file size. The objective:  get the best possible image quality while keeping the file size to a minimum. Thus image enhancement has become an essential step in a well defined capture workflow. 

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Topics: oracle, 8 things, ocr, kofax, ecm, imaging, documents, scanning, VRS, Kodak

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