Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
reviewer1346982 says in an ABBYY FlexiCapture review
Head Of Robotic Process Automation at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
It's a very useful and user-friendly product. View full review »
Syed Mohsin Iftikhar says in an IQ Bot review
Senior Software Engineer at Systems Limited
The most valuable feature is the cognitive, self-learning component that understands the undefined templates. View full review »
Omar IBN LKHAYAT says in an IBM Datacap review
Business Automation Delivery Lead at OCP
I like the features that we just started using. The 2019 project was an as-is migration. With Captiva, we had a basic recognition process that was based on the indexation of each document apart. In tier one for example, in Casablanca, they are dealing with 2,000 folders per day. On each team, I have four people and each one is in charge of preparing the documents to review these days. Second-tier is in charge description of the documents. This discussion is made on an Excel sheet and then it generates descriptive documents that go with each folder. So we have a main page in which we can find all the metadata related to this document and so on. We ingest all of the folders in the system at the same time and the system is able to recognize all those folders and automatically classify them on Documentum. What I liked about DataCap and what made us decide to move to Datacap instead of Captiva was the licensing. With Captiva we had to pay for each page, the licenses, there are a number of pages. For Datacap we have a licensing model which is based on the number of users. We are not limited in the number of pages. This is the first thing we liked about a Datcap. The second thing that I like about Datacap is the fingerprint capture which is easy to configure on Datacap. From the form of the document, if a document is redundant in the same department, we can configure the capture based on the form of the documents. We tell Datacap to bring this information from a certain day and then we have a symantec capture which is the ability to read the page and identify amounts based on the meaning of the phrase. For example, if the sentence says that the total amount of this operation is $2,000, for example, it will understand that $2,000 is the amount and put it as meter data. View full review »
Abhishek Chaudhary says in an ABBYY FlexiCapture review
Technical Project Manager at JK Technosoft Limited.
It is flexible and easy to deploy into any environment, be it on-premises or in the cloud. The handwriting recognition is very good, as it can recognize handwriting done with pen and paper with at least 70% accuracy. The interface is very easy for a non-technical person to use. For example, the fields that have been correctly identified are color-coded green, whereas the exceptions are color-coded red. View full review »
reviewer1242057 says in an IQ Bot review
Technical Architect at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
A very important feature is the efficiency with which it was able to categorize the different data types and the format. Also, the OCR was good. The efficiency of the optical connector reader or OCR was good enough for our usage. View full review »
reviewer1222713 says in an IQ Bot review
Sr. Software Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the cognitive ability, as it will learn an interface that it is not familiar with and perform in the way that a human does. I really like the user interface. View full review »
reviewer841821 says in an IQ Bot review
VP at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the intelligence it has with the ability to read the customer sales order and convert it into our own, despite minor changes in format. It is able to intelligently decipher those changes and I think that it's quite useful. View full review »
AnastasiaIlgova says in an ABBYY FlexiCapture review
Solution Architect at Automation COE
The OCR is the best on the market. Even if you go for an open-source solution, it will never be as good as recognizing imagines as ABBYY. The is the main reason that we chose this product. View full review »
John Pakledinaz says in an IBM Datacap review
IT Manager at Andres Medical Billing, Ltd.
The solution automates manual data entry. View full review »
ProductLebf9 says in an IBM Datacap review
Product Lead at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is its ability to capture data, which changes all the time into different formats. The usability is great. The tool is powerful, and it's the right thing for us to use. The integration process was pretty easy. There were exposed APIs for us to call and the documentation was available for us. Therefore, we could do it pretty easily. View full review »
AnilPanchal says in an ANTstein review
Senior Technologist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The number of features that are provided is vast. I found that the user interface and the APIs for working with Excel were very helpful to me. The OCR functionality is very good, as well. View full review »
Tony Bohneri says in an IBM Datacap review
Senior Account Executive with 11-50 employees
It's resiliency. There are multiple ways of identifying what you are looking for. There are multiple export formats. It's a platform, not a configured application, so you can do what you want with it. View full review »
TonyNguyen says in an IBM Datacap review
Senior Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The big thing these days is really the Insight Edition component and being able to build annotators to extract from literally unstructured content: paragraphs and information where there's no start anchor point to define where that data is located. There could be a number of entities in that which you have to draw information from. Being able to extract from them is really the differentiator today between this product and many of the other products like Kofax (KTM). ABBYY is one that provides something very similar, but it's not really known in the space yet. View full review »
Rajan Merchant says in an IBM Datacap review
Datacap Practice Director at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The user experience. One thing that IBM did a few years ago was they standardized all of their ECM products on Content Navigator, including Datacap. If you're an IBM ECM customer you have FileNet, you have Datacap, you have StoredIQ and you have a consistent user experience, user interface. It's all web-based. They moved to the cloud. They're doing things like containers. They've got a roadmap that's pretty "emerging" in terms of where they're going, that gives you that complete solution. View full review »
Matthew Rybak says in an IBM Datacap review
Operations Specialist at Fairfax Data Systems
* It reduces human error. * It saves time. Automation is all about eliminating human error and saving time. Time is a way more valuable resource than money. You can take out loans and receive money from anywhere. Thus, time is a much more valuable resource. The overall issue is the amount of money that you pay workers every year to spend time filing paperwork or sticking with a manual process. An example: In the state of Connecticut, we implemented a solution which was forms based, but inspired by IBM technology. We were able to eliminate a process which normally took 60 days and cut it down to six hours. View full review »