Decentralised Document Capture

Lawyers Decentralised Document Capture Simplified by Ezescan

Outback Imaging, a privately held Australian-owned company and the home of EzeScan is simplifying record keeping with a decentralised capture solution and has extended its footprint in the legal industry with its NetDocuments integration.

Decentralised capture solution

EzeScan, has designed & developed a range of web applications to take the hard work out of decentralised capture of both hard copy and digital born information.

The development of EzeScan Remote Indexing Assistant (RIA) Web App for Workgroup Capture is designed to be operational on any device, meaning that there are potential cost savings for lawyers relative to OCR technologies.

How it works 

EzeScan will use rules each time a document is processed and apply them automatically. In many cases, this may only require entering something as simple as a matter number, in the case of a lawyer, and perhaps the document type, whether it’s a contract or a client brief. In this case, EzeScan can look up the relevant rules to apply classifications, metadata and file it without the user having to know or understand the record-keeping requirements and processes.

NetDocuments integration

With EzeScan’s intelligent capture capabilities, document batches are correctly named, distributed, filed and uploaded to the correct matter workspaces in NetDocuments. EzeScan provides ad-hoc scanning, image enhancement, data capture, validation, and upload automation, all designed to limit the amount of user intervention and to ingest information faster.

Kevin Blackley, International Business Development Manager for EzeScan stated “With intelligent capture capabilities, EzeScan delivers the fastest method available to capture and register both hard copy and digital born documents directly into NetDocuments.” 

Follow the links for further detailed information relative to the decentralised capture solution and NetDocuments integration.

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