In this blog post, we look at how Levenshtein distance is used to correct common errors in text documents and why it is so valuable.
With Infor’s announcement to launch their own Document Processor in October 2023, the current solution, Infor IDM Capture, is increasingly fading into the background.
In the modern business world, documents are omnipresent. From invoices to contracts, the flood of paperwork can be overwhelming. But what if you could convert this unstructured data into valuable, usable information?
In a digitized world, processing information quickly and accurately is critical. OCR, or Optical Character Recognition, plays an important role in this. But what exactly is OCR and how does it work?
In today’s fast-paced business environment, ensuring efficient and accurate financial processes is critical.
Document format What is it, which ones are there and what are they used for? The world of document processing has made tremendous strides in recent years. With the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), new ways of processing documents intelligently, efficiently and automatically have emerged. In businesses, documents play a central role, whether in administration, […]
How you can work with other companies to automate your document processing This might seem contradictory at first sight but it is really possible to optimize your processes by working in a community with other companies and even your competitors. This can be simply achieved by introducing swarmintelligence. So what does this term exactly mean? […]
In today’s competitive business environment, streamlining invoice capture processes is crucial for enhancing efficiency and maintaining a healthy cash flow. Manual data entry can be time-consuming and error-prone, leading to delays and inaccuracies.
Today, in most companies a personnel file is kept for each employee. Not because it is obligatory – no – but because it is in the interest of both parties. In Germany, there is only an obligation to keep a personnel file in the public sector (authorities), but not in the private sector.
We encounter reports and minutes in many areas of daily life. They are important documents that are often used as written records of events, discussions or results and serve as proof or evidence of a certain action or decision.