Efficient enterprises today have seen significant value in automating their document processing, ranging from paperless initiatives and reduced operating costs to higher profitability margins. But CIOs and IT directors are also very aware that document processing is just part of a broader process often consisting of other technologies from several vendors. It begs the questions, “What happens to the documents and data you’ve captured after they leave your document capture system?”
This is really interesting because organizations using multiple technologies as part of a wider document process have issues gaining a single reporting and analytics view across the entire process. Sure, each system can give you individual reports, but there isn’t a way to get a holistic view of the entire document lifecycle, from receipt to final archive.
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