Document Capture

Document capture is the process of converting physical or electronic documents into digital format, making them easily searchable, accessible, and manageable. It involves capturing data from various sources, such as paper documents, emails, faxes, or scanned images, and converting it into electronic files that can be stored, shared, and analyzed digitally.

The document capture process typically includes scanning or taking a photo of the document to create a digital image, followed by optical character recognition (OCR) to convert the scanned text into editable and searchable digital text. This allows users to extract relevant data, such as names, dates, and other key information, from the captured documents. Document capture software often includes features like automatic document classification and data extraction, which streamline the process by identifying different document types and extracting relevant data automatically. Document capture technology not only improves organizational efficiency by eliminating the need for physical storage and manual data entry but also enhances document security and compliance by providing robust functionalities like encryption and audit trails.

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