Document process automation:
the way it’s supposed to be

These days, data capture is regarded as a commodity and taken for granted. However, not all data capture solutions are the same, even when they seem to be. The same goes, in spades, for document process automation. And while we don’t presume to know which solution will best suit your needs and requirements, we do know that a carefully selected document automation solution will serve your company better, in a much wider scope, than any commodity that is merely added to the processing software.

Some ReadSoft solution highlights

Data entry:
automate all incoming documents

How does information enter your office? And, more important, how do you think it will arrive in the future? Will there ever be such a thing as a paperless office? To be on the safe side, get a document automation solution that can process all relevant media, formats, types, and characters. 

ReadSoft document process automation solutions handle any input

RoutingDocument management:
seamless integration is key

Efficient document management results from competent document capture and a subsequent two-way communication between the capture software and target system. 
With two-way communication, the target system can kick a document all the way back to the capture process if it perceives an error – a function that proves invaluable in many situations.

  

Archive

Requires a limited amount of data for index tagging, and a connection to the archiving system for easy storage and retrieval.

HR personnel files

Requires a limited amount of data for index tagging, and a connection to the filing system for storage “in the correct folder” and retrieval.

Surveys

Requires complete capture of all the data on the form, and connection to the data base, statistical work sheet, or wherever the data is used.

Mail order

Requires complete capture of all the data on the form, and connection to the sales data base, for order completion and invoicing.

ERP/financial system

Requires header field and line item capture, and an intelligent connection to workflow and/or system.

CRM

Requires the ability to capture key content, identify and collate documents that belong together (keeping them “in the correct folder”), and transfer them to the workflow and the person responsible for the account.

Census

Requires a really robust solution that will work under field conditions, that can capture anything put down on the form, and that connects to the database and processing solution.