What do you like most about IBM Datacap?
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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
The solution automates manual data entry.
The most valuable feature is its ability to capture data, which changes all the time into different formats.
It's resiliency. There are multiple ways of identifying what you are looking for. There are multiple export formats.
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 that product and many of the other products...
One of the valuable features of Datacap is 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 helps companies figure out how to use advanced imaging techniques, processes, best practices, and other tools.
It reduces human error and saves time.