December 21, 2012 - On behalf of EMC and the Information Intelligence Group (IIG), we are very pleased to announce the general availability (GA) of Captiva 7.0. As announced at the Momentum Vienna 2012 user conference, Captiva 7.0 delivers a best-in-class solution for transforming paper documents, faxes and other content into digital data used by enterprise applications and processes. This new, significant release provides advanced capabilities for intelligent enterprise capture, business productivity and improved organizational agility.
Captiva Designer is a new unified tool for IT developers and project administrators to simplify the configuration, deployment, and ongoing maintenance of capture projects. The designer enables teams to easily configure data entry forms and validation rules, with point-and-click layout of fields and controls to promote context-aware indexing and validation. Captiva Designer saves time by quickly defining configuration profiles – document types, image processing, recognition, and exports – for reuse across multiple processes.
Productivity: Configurable Unified Interface Optimized for Operator Productivity
Captiva Desktop is a new client for capture operators that can be easily customized for all types of capture tasks, including image quality review, document assembly, high-speed data entry and indexing, high speed data correction and validation. This all in one client approach makes it easier for operation managers to route work to operators and to also train their operators.
Intelligence: Accurate Auto-Learning that Rivals Human Experts
EMC has introduced a new innovative text-based classification method that significantly increases the classification accuracy rates for incoming documents. This innovative approach does not simply look for keywords; rather it focuses on finding common sets of words, orientation, and their values, while taking into account small variations in text and position. This approach is ideal for semi-structured documents like invoices, as well as documents that have varying image quality issues due to the capture device.