ABBYY FlexiCapture automatically processes all types of documents from files and scanners in a single flow, including office documents and image formats, email attachments and message bodies.
Digitally born office documents can be processed with:
The neural-based automatic document classification technology enables sorting of documents by types (e.g., driver license, bank statement, tax form, contract, invoice, etc.) and custom subcategories (e.g., invoices from vendor A, invoices from vendor B, etc.) by text content and image patterns.
It learns quickly and easily, enabling it to perform as an autoclassifier – just provide a set of sample documents (no fewer than 10 documents of each type) and specify reference classes for each document in the set. Not only does it define a document type, but also selects a correct document definition for further content processing.
For many real-life scenarios, the precision/recall ratio can be adjusted easily: simply prioritize either recall or precision, or use the “balanced” mode.
At the recognition stage, document images are assembled into multi-page documents or document sets. Their content and data are intelligently extracted and validated automatically in an unattended mode.
This task can be done either by separators (e.g. blank pages inserted between the two documents), page counters, or with the help of ABBYY neural-based classification algorithms that automatically identify.
ABBYY FlexiCapture runs consistency checks to ensure all case-related documents are assembled correctly into a full document set. For a case management scenario, it enables comparison of:
ABBYY FlexiCapture automatically extracts data from a variety of paper or digital-born document types, structured and unstructured, such as mortgage applications, tax returns, questionnaires, credit card applications, contracts, invoices, customer emails and many more.
Verification station allows checking if extracted fields match those of the original document. Alternatively, verification can be started manually using the web-based verification station, easily accessible to a verification operator from any physical location. Any of the following techniques can be used:
Group verification allows verifying the similar checkmarks or digits across batch of documents by displaying all discovered versions in a single Verification window.
Field verification mode enables automatic checking of data fields one by one, or the characters in a field.
Recognized data fields can be viewed simultaneously and compared against the original document image. Poorly recognized characters (e.g. handwritten text or notes) can be typed manually into the fields.
A web verification station deployed on a third-party system can be accessed via single sign-on technology (using SAML 2.0). Users interact with the integrated web verification station the same way they interact with a non-integrated station.
ABBYY FlexiCapture automatically exports recognized data to different file formats, or to databases, systems of record and other destination points in line with user-defined rules:
FlexiCapture HTML5 administration and monitoring station enables 24/7 supervision from any physical location. It provides multi-level administration, automatic notifications for critical failures, and comprehensive reporting.
Administration and monitoring allows for monitoring of processing times and pick loads. The system administrator is able to monitor system health, the overall system and each tenant productivity, and to receive notifications about imminent database overflow.
Three standard types of reporting are available: site productivity, processing productivity, and general operator report. The reports can be generated as PDF file or CSF for further analysis.
Microsoft Report Viewer is used as the default tool for generating reports. Although Crystal Reports are not shipped with the product, users who have this product installed on their computers can continue using it for generating reports.
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