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Distributed Capture Whitepaper on Improving Processes in Decentralized Work Environments

15 Apr, 2009

Distributed Capture Whitepaper on Improving Processes in Decentralized Work Environments


p>Nashua, N.H., (March 30, 2009) – As workforces become increasingly dispersed from central office locations, organizations are challenged to pull people and information together in efficient business processes. A new whitepaper from the research firm Frost & Sullivan examines how companies can utilize distributed document capture technology to connect paper documents and forms from remote locations with enterprise business systems and processes.

The whitepaper, sponsored by EMC Corporation and eCopy, outlines the steps organizations can take to capture documents from remote sites and automatically classify them, extract and validate data, and deliver documents and data to central content repositories and business applications. It shows how companies can streamline processes and improve employee productivity as well as reduce operational expenses related to transporting, storing, retrieving and managing paper-based information.

The whitepaper takes a close look at the business process improvement opportunities in insurance, financial services and healthcare to demonstrate costs and risks common across all industries. Work processes, such as claims handling, loan processing and managing patient records, are examined and the paper discusses the specific improvements that distributed capture can deliver.

For more information on how to get paper into EMC content management and archiving applications, see: http://www.eCopy.com/Partners-EMC.asp For more information on eCopy, visit http://www.eCopy.com or join the conversation at eCopy’s Document Imaging Blog at http://documentimaging.typepad.com/.




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