Docuvan scanning services capture paper based documents electronically. The medium to high volume scanning and indexing service categorizes images in a variety of formats including, but not limited to, TIFF, PDF, JPEG, etc.
Most organizations use Docuvan’s Backfile conversion and Day-forward outsourcing solutions which include litigation documentation. Docuvan’s staff will scan, index and double-check the documentation to ensure high standards of accuracy.
OCR (Optical Character Recognition) Scanning Services
Docuvan’s OCR Scanning Services help convert text based sheafs into editable documents for future editing purposes.
Documents which have both text and images can be completely reconstructed for all-round editing without worrying about losing any data. The accuracy of the OCR process is determined by the quality of the original document, font used and the auditing process adopted. Sometimes it may be required to combine OCR with re-keying documents. This is a rare event, but should it be necessary, Docuvan has partnered with an organization specializing in this type of data entry. The process is cost effective, accurate and reliable.
There are more than 2 trillion paper documents in office workflows today. That’s two followed by 13 zeros. With such an enormous paper pile to handle, organizations are looking for efficiency through electronic data management systems or online repositories.
Docuvan uses a skilled project management team and qualified engineers to complete high-volume backfile conversion projects, converting paper, roll film, microfiche and other media into a suitable
Docuvan’s skilled team can scan and index new documents as they are created or received for rapid retrieval from an existing imaging system, on-site at the company’s business grounds. The project management capabilities allows Docuvan to process images at multiple locations and rapidly set up a seamless imaging solution.
Day-forward services work particularly well in high-volume mailroom environments where Docuvan staff can image documents as they arrive and immediately input the new files into a storage and retrieval system. This application has proved immensely popular with banks, investment firms, insurance companies, credit corporations and corporate counsel.