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    • AutomationLiving in a Paper Oriented World and TheSteps to AutomationButch RehDirector of BusinessDevelopment
    • Living in a Paper Oriented WorldPaper documents remain an important information source for business processes of all kinds
    • Business Information SourcesImplementing an Automation Strategy Shipping documents Healthcare Docs e-banking Capture receipts
    • Paper Pain Points Unable to find the documents or information needed Employees waste time on routine manual entry, leaving important tasks behind Archives and files occupy a growing amount of storage space Organizations face compliance issues with various regulations e-Discovery documents must be digitized for litigation use Users find it difficult to manage information in different languages across all regional offices Companies don’t have the necessary tools to import data into a document or content management system
    • Paper Stats There are more than four trillion paper documents stored in the U.S. today, a number that increases about 22 percent annually Businesses spend an estimated 500 hours per year searching for documents, and it costs an estimated $20,000 to fill a five- drawer filing cabinet with paper documents Automating digital business processes can improve customer service and reduce operational costs up to 65% Currently only 16% of organizations capture data for use within a process, meaning valuable time is spent manually re- keying data or metadata
    • AutomateAccelerateIntegrate
    • Automation Step One:Scanning and Capture Scanning documents helps reduce paper loads and saves valuable space. Capture includes using the document image for business processes. But… ● The data is not searchable ● There is a lot of manual entry ● The business process of automation is at a low level ● There is no central system for all company data
    • Automation Step Two:Document Management System With a Document Management System, documents are organized and easily accessible One repository holds all the information including scanned images But… ● The data is still not searchable ● The business processes are not fully automated due to manual tasks ● Manual entry is error prone and time consuming
    • Automation Step Three:Full-text back file conversion Full-text back file conversion puts filed documents into searchable formats Searchable information is now available in the Document Management System But…. ● New documents that enter a company still go through a manual process ● The business processes are not yet truly automated – The AP person may not be able to process invoices without manual entry – The legal department may not be satisfied with contract management
    • Automation Step Four:Data and Document Capture Implementing Data and Document Capture creates data that is searchable and fully accessible Investments in a Document Management System are paid back with enabled search on all content New information is entered automatically Documents are automatically classified and the data is extracted and sent to the Document Management System Business process are fully automated with data and document capture integrated There is no limit on automation – Always challenge the process and seek more automated processes!
    • Technology Example:ABBYY FlexiCapture 10 Multi-lingual data capture and document processing solution Automatically and accurately converts documents into business-ready data Any document. Any industry. Any volume.
    • Case Study:On-Site Anesthesia On-Site is a provider of anesthesia services for outpatient surgery centers It is a fast growing business with increasing paperwork The company has only one employee for billing and one for patient records They previously had a data capture application which did not provide reliable output There was a need to automate EOB and patient records processing together with in-house billing
    • Case Study:On-Site Anesthesia Sought solution to process all patient billing, health insurance and health information forms Needed to include SharePoint with searchable data Timely billing was a key factor, so minimal downtime was critical Results of Automation with FlexiCapture: • Workload reduced from two data entry employees down to 25 % of one person’s job responsibilities • Helped significantly reduce the overall office overhead expense • Faster processing of clients’ information enables better client service • Better customer service for clients answering patient questions faster • Better patient care translates to better customer service for the client’s patients
    • Mobile Devices:The Next Step in Distributed Capture Businesses need anytime, anywhere capture • Centralized – desktop – mobile • Moves capture to the point of origin • Enables better service and drives down costs • Bridges the gap between businesses and services • Streamlines information flow and ties into backend processes
    • Needs for Mobile Capture: Use Case Scenarios For Professionals: • Capture and process information on the go 24x7 • Mobile applications/services to save, access, route and share documents/files, all remotely • No paper backlog to manage at the end of the day • International travelers can use their mobile phone as a translator For Corporations: • Instant “sign & send” (NDAs, P.O.s, contracts, faxes, etc.) • Accelerate circulation of information (whiteboards, news , etc.) • Corporate policies on email can be fully enforced (security & confidentiality) For Industry Verticals: • Logistics and transportation, real estate, legal, health care, insurance, financial services • Use standard mobile handhelds and extend your product offerings into new and emerging markets in lieu of expensive dedicated data capture devices being used today • Mobile document capture process can be branded (server-based) 15
    • Case Study: SnapTax® 16 of 20
    • Case Study: SnapTax® (Cont.) SnapTax is an iPhone and Android mobile application that lets users automatically fill out the 1040EZ personal tax form Users simply snap a picture of your W2 form with and the program automatically fills in your tax return Users answer a few questions and review the tax return for accuracy before submitting it electronically by tapping a “File Now” button http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cyTWBnLulo 17 of 20
    • About ABBYY ABBYY is a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, linguistic technologies Data Capture and professional services. ABBYY Technology includes: Document Language ● Optical Character Recognition Recognition Services (OCR) ● Adaptive Document Recognition Translation Solutions Technology™ (ADRT™) ● PDF transformation ● Layout analysis Server, Cloud & Web Organizations around the world use ABBYY to automate time Desktop Computer and labor-intensive tasks and to streamline business processes. Mobile and Embedded OS 18
    • ABBYY’s Core Technology Breakthrough research in linguistics and data capture FineReaderOCR: Optical Character 11.0Recognition FlexiCapture Recognition 10.0 Server 3.0The electronic translation ofimage text enablingediting, searching, and copy ABBYYand paste activities on an OCRotherwise static document Engine & Form Reader 6.5 SDK’s Lingvo X5Core OCR Engine Capability:Translate 195 OCR languages(Latin & Non-Latin including PDF Mobile SDK Transformer 4.0CJK–double- 3.0byte), ICR, OMR, 1D & 2DBarcodes, MICR, ADRT Enabled ABBYY technologies and tools are used to create the leading Capture and ECM applications worldwide