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Verifying Signatures: When Signatures Lie

Signatures are a unique biometric that belongs to each individual. Banks, businesses and governments rely on signatures to verify identification and authorize transactions. While a number of technologies and solutions have come to the market to obviate the need for traditional “wet ink” signatures, they are still the most common way to complete legal documents […]

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Streamline document processing with Cognitive Capture

IBM Datacap has never been more exciting than it is right now. There’s a palpable anticipation with new tool sets that is leading SME’s to discover all the new possibilities. The advancements of text layout analyzation brought to us by the Insight Edition coupled with our integration to natural language processing technologies such as SystemT […]

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Person, Place or Thing: Datacap Insight Edition and AlchemyAPI

We’ve recently released an update to Datacap which provide some interesting enhancements to our Cognitive Capture capabilities. With Datacap Insight Edition, we’re already using capabilities coming from Watson, IBM Analytics and IBM Research to look inside highly variable document types like correspondence, contracts or reports to find and extract important information and to make it […]

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Easy Document Capture for Effective Customer Engagement

Mobile engagement is no longer optional for today’s businesses: it is mandatory. Smartphones and tablets enable employees and customers to be productive no matter where they are—at the office, on the go or at home. People and organizations across all industries are transacting business online, and mobile is becoming more important as a channel or […]

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Empower Your Claims Reps by Putting Content to Work

Imagine cutting 13 minutes off the time it takes to process every claim. Now… Multiply 13 minutes by the number of claims a single handler processes in one week Multiply that time by the number of handlers your institution has Finally, multiply that by the 52 weeks in a year That’s how much time your […]

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