9/19/22 - Kofax VRS 18.104.22.168 (5.2, Fix Pack 11)
Top 5 Advantages of Implementing Cloud Pak for Business Automation Container-Based Architecture to your Organization
If you’ve been thinking of moving your FileNet to cloud and containers, we understand it can be a little overwhelming. Modernizing can be daunting, and concerns of security, cost, and a dip in productivity are always top of mind.
Three separate updates below:
What's New in Kofax Insight 6.5.0?
The Kofax Transformation Modules 7.0.0 has been released. Please read these release notes carefully before you install, upgrade, or use this product.
Batch Class Import
Have you ever configured a batch class to import electronic documents (i.e., eDocuments in Kofax) and noticed that when those documents export to your folder/repository at the end that the filename is appended with a "1"? This unique situation is expected behavior if you import and your batch class is configured for eDocuments.
In this modern “do more with less” world we live in, rarely is your marketing and advertising department able to afford a video expert. Most likely, you have a small team winging it every day – making the campaigns count with the few resources they have.
Now, with more robust scanning accuracy and e-signature integration
Power PDF provides powerful PDF management built for business users. Minimize onboarding time with an Office desktop look and feel. And with Power PDF meeting simple to complex needs and offering robust security, IT teams can standardize on a single tool.
The concept of document automation is using a machine instead of a human to identify the document type and capture core business information from the document. Documents today do not typically mean paper. Email, web portals, and other communication mechanisms mean the documents seldom get to a physical form. This conversion from unstructured data into structured data is what we know as document automation.
What is DAM?
Digital asset management or DAM is term for organizing digital assets in a central location where they can be analyzed, stored, found, managed, distributed and secured. With DAM, users discover assets through a single user experience versus having to find them through disparate storage locations and systems.