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Your documents + AI equal world domination

I’m a movie buff and any movie that deals with machines, technology and artificial intelligence eventually taking over the world has got me hooked. While world domination by machines that can learn is not a matter of immediate concern, it still gets some folks nervous. On the other hand, what gets me excited about it […]

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ECM Is Still At Work: See the Proof in Your Industry

While the discussion around Content Services and Enterprise Content Management rages among analysts and industry insiders, the fact is that IBM’s content management solution portfolio still provides the broadest set of capabilities to capture, govern, and analyze content and build digital business applications.  No matter what you choose to call it, IBM is ready with […]

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Make Them Heart It: Find Unhappy Customers and Turn a Negative Tweet into Customer Loyalty

We’ve all been there. That moment when you realize that something you bought is not functioning or a service you paid for was not done correctly. Not to worry though. You have a warranty, right? You push back the frustration to spend that energy on finding your warranty document, only to discover it expired 3 […]

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Managing Worker Safety with Content

Raise your hand if you’re in the Information Management business! Guess what? Your hand should be up. In an era of accelerating change, when information comes from many sources faster than ever, and when lack of reliable information has serious ramifications, we must manage information to get anything done. What if the stakes are high […]

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55 images. 5 seconds. Get smarter with cognitive capture.

55 images.  5 seconds. Can you tell what they are? Variance is the current problem in processing documents.  If your Vendor, Customer, or Government owns the document, but you have to process it, you have a variance problem.  You can’t control how information is given to you, which means you have a knowledge worker training […]

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Part 2: Put Context around Critical Documents with IBM Datacap and Blue Prism RPA

In Part 1 of this blog series, I took a look at the perplexity that is process change – specifically, RPA, IBM Datacap OCR, and the need to build processes that can empower an organizations business units, while at the same time exhibiting a return on investment (ROI). Also, I outlined some key considerations when […]

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Making Intelligent Capture Cognitive

For years now, we’ve all been quoting the same Price Waterhouse Coopers study that says that 80% of data is unstructured. I never read the original study and you probably didn’t either, but you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone to disagree with it.  More importantly, everyone agrees that unstructured data is important. It contains […]

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Empowering Business Processes using RPA with IBM Datacap

PART 1: Introduction In your organization, it might be time to re-visit those business processes that may have been created some time ago, using technologies that were then available. Process automation or re-automation tools and techniques change. So where do you start? What technologies should one look at and lastly how do you get the […]

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Protecting Sensitive Data with Role-based Redaction Capabilities

While IBM ECM and IBM Datacap have always stressed the importance of both processing and security needs, we have been looking for ways to bring them together in better ways.  One step towards that goal is to offer our existing redaction functionality in a role-based capacity. The idea is that now you can adapt the […]

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I have this problem that – what was I saying?

Here in 2017, I have a problem that I didn’t have growing up in the suburbs in the 1960s, nor did it bother me in college in the 1970s, or even when I moved to New York City to seek my destiny in the 1980s. In fact, I couldn’t even conceive of this problem back […]

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From the Pros: Six Ways to Better Leverage IBM Datacap

Optical character recognition (OCR) a.k.a. capture technology has been around for a long time – like 103-years-long-time. You can trace it back to 1914 when Emanuel Goldberg developed a machine that read characters and converted them into standard telegraph code. In the days of Goldberg, this was an innovative technology on its own, but today, it […]

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Branch Transformation in our Connected World

Payment by check may be viewed as passé by many, but use of checks is still quite large. According to research by Aite Group, well over 50 percent of total business-to-business (B2B) payments are still made by check. In fact, 2016 AFP research showed that use of checks in B2B scenarios actually increased from levels […]

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