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DocuLex and iCONECTnxt Simplify Data Loading

14 Dec, 2005

DocuLex and iCONECTnxt Simplify Data Loading

DocuLex has enabled an XML export to iCONECTnxt software that simplifies and expedites data loading. The XML export is a feature within DocuLex's Professional Capture and IP Studio products, allowing users to seamlessly transport scanned images, metadata and OCR into iCONECTnxt.

The iCONECTnxt XML import streamlines the seven-step data loading process into a single click. Eliminated is the need to create the database, fields, define field types, load data, load extracted or OCR text, hyperlink native files and create image tables. All information can be directly exported from DocuLex's Professional Capture and IP Studio programs and imported into iCONECTnxt.

Professional Capture is DocuLex's full featured document capture application. Using bar codes, user-defined check box forms, OCR and manual data entry, the software is of open-system configuration allowing for high volume document scanning and and indexing, and is compatible with all major production scanner brands and models.

IP Studio enables users to utilize networked PC power for high volume image printing, OCR, image endorsing and PDF conversion.

"The current process for loading documents into databases is time consuming and archaic. The XML standard simplifies the process," says Ian Campbell, Chief Operating Officer of iCONECT Development, LLC. Those involved in loading and maintaining document databases benefit by saving time and expense, as well as from a decreased risk of human error. "The impact to efficiency and accuracy is immediate," continues Campbell.

Additionally, DocuLex and iCONECT are among the first to utilize XML with electronic and document discovery, quickly establishing an industry standard.

"We've been seeing a developing need in the industry for a better method," comments Rick Weber, Vice President of DocuLex. "This project made sense for all our clients who use DocuLex and iCONECTnxt. We're excited about the XML export and exploring its future impact."

For additional information, call DocuLex at (863) 297-3691 ext. 209, email info@doculex.com, or visit www.doculex.com

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