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AIIM Virtual Event: Intelligent Capture — Your Onramp to Business Efficiency

April 29 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Free

Of all the use cases for document capture, “scan-to-archive” is the most mature. Many organizations are still evolving from a focus on scan to archive to one focusing on scan to process. After all, if you want your information or content to be governed by an information management system, it must be made known to the system, otherwise it will remain in an unmanaged state.

Intelligent Capture technologies are tightly connected to this evolution. Intelligent capture software automates the scanning and capturing of critical paper and electronic documents – such as invoices, contracts, claims, receipts and shipment documents – replacing manual input and processing. The captured content is then stored in an organized manner complete with metadata and classification. Once all that information is organized, it is analyzed and automatically processed using AI and analytics platforms.

While simply getting rid of the paper and/or digitizing it is a necessary part of Digital Transformation, on its own, this is no longer sufficient to truly transform business processes and enable effective collaboration. Tune in on Wednesday, April 29, as we gather thought leaders from a variety of industries to provide answers to these important questions:

  • Why – and how? – is Intelligent Capture a key enabling technology for Digital Transformation?
  • What is the relationship between intelligent Capture and downstream process automation?
  • What is the value of using intelligent Capture – to have ALL the information you need – to collaborate productively?

Our Virtual Event is free to registered participants. Reserve your place today.

 

This Virtual Event is approved for 3.5 hours of CIP Maintenance Credits.

Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://info.aiim.org/virtual-event-20200429

Venue

VIRTUAL

Organizer

AIIM
Phone:
(301) 587-8202
Email:
aiim@aiim.org
Website:
aiim.org