Docubase VEGA for Imaging™ offers a set of features for paper or electronic document acquisition.

Docubase VEGA for Imaging™ includes:

  • Batch digitization of paper documents
  • Bulk acquisition of documents from folders, faxes or multifunction photocopiers
  • Batch management
  • Many automatic indexing and document processing options
  • Assisted and verified indexing
  • Classification in document databases and electronic folders, and injection into workflow procedures

The flexibility of the Docubase VEGA for Imaging™ offering makes it a solution suitable for companies and organizations of all sizes. It can be used in centralized or multi-site mode and at volumes appropriate for each structure.

DIGITIZATION

  • B&W, color and gray level digitization
  • Support for duplex scanners, with or without endorser
  • Digitization parameters saved as a library
  • Management of envelope, document and page separators
  • Support for single-page and multi-page image files
  • Integrated image processing features:
    zoom, rotation, cropping, rectification, etc.
  • Visual monitoring of images and batches during digitization
  • Digitized batch handling functions:
    insertion, deletion and moving of pages, documents and envelopes
  • Acquisition of electronic documents from personal or shared folders
  • Acquisition of electronic documents from multi-function photocopiers

PROCESSING

  • Customization of indexing forms
  • Index element entry help:
    authority list, value dictionary,
    value checking, hierarchical classification, etc.
  • Conversion of files in a pivot format:
    TIFF, PDF, PDF/A
  • Optimization of PDF files for web browsing
  • Use of OCR and bar codes for indexing and management of breaks (envelopes, documents, pages)
  • Propagation of page indexing to following pages, links between pages
  • Dynamic checking of entry and importing of indexing criteria via ODBC or SQL to the information system data

CLASSIFICATION

  • Temporary or permanent classification in the EDM system, depending on the document life cycle
  • Centralized or decentralized storage
  • Synchronization with information system indices
  • Automatic classification into folders or sub-folders
  • Automatic injection into workflow procedure instances

BATCH MANAGEMENT

  • Management of acquisition batches
  • Generation of statistical data on digitized documents and batches
  • Graphical modeling of acquisition workflow
  • Integration of Automatic Document Recognition and Automatic Document Reading phases

Product Compatibility

Clients

Windows 2003 Server
Windows XP Pro
CITRIX Stations
TSE Terminals

Scanners

ISIS and TWAIN compatible devices