Turn documents into data to speed the delivery of Government services

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Whether you are a Federal, State or Local agency, you know that physical forms and paper based processes are not the most efficient way to deliver services to your citizens. Ephesoft Transact solves this problem by capturing your documents from a variety of inputs and extracting the needed information effortlessly. Data is then exported to any application depending on the need. This demo shows you how Ephesoft can automatically process paper documents, extract relevant data fields, and then automatically send the needed data to your applications. You will learn: - How documents are captured from a variety of sources - How documents are automatically categorized - How data is extracted, including checkboxes and signature blocks - How external lookups can be used to add context to captured data Workflow options

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Welcome to our channel! Ephesoft’s Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) platform and data enrichment solutions automate document-centric processes to maximize operational efficiency and human productivity for enterprises and the public sector. Using AI, patented machine learning and proprietary classification models, Ephesoft’s customizable and scalable platform turns any document type into structured, actionable data to accelerate business processes and data-driven decisions. The platform’s APIs and iPaaS connectors allow for fast integrations into other business systems for seamless end-to-end automation. Working with a vast partner ecosystem, Ephesoft has been deployed in the cloud and on-premises to customers around the globe saving costs, improving data accuracy and fueling their digital transformation journey towards hyperautomation. Ephesoft is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with regional offices throughout the US, EMEA and Asia Pacific. For more information, visit ephesoft.com.