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Need to extract data from multiple sources with thousands of documents and non-standard or changing data structures? Grooper document capture software is the answer.
Find out how the Grooper platform overcomes OCR data extraction limits to save a huge amount of time and labor.
Learn how Sedgwick County drastically cut records storage costs while saving 150 years of historical documents and enabling faster Open Records Requests.
This well-known institution TRANSFORMED their data discovery & processing – their members and employees are now reaping the benefits.
OSU saw a quick return on investment, modernized data applications, and streamlined student record processing.
Many companies are benefitting from data integration tools. This is a story of how one company greatly cut costs and made work easier for its employees.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation used the BIS Data Migration Center to digitize and capture 25 million records, making priceless information immediately available and providing the ability for advanced decisions making through big data.
After trying to work through obstacles with other data capture companies, Mercy Hospitals entrusted their 26 million documents to BIS, which had decades of experience in modernizing documents of all different types at their Data Migration Center (DMC).
With over 100 years of public servant records on disks or paper files, the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System needed a new modern system to protect private information and streamline daily workflows.
Quitman County (Miss.) was storing many types of documents dating back to 1877, from proving the chain of title in the transfer of land, to genealogical searches of the public’s ancestors. These documents, and the information in them, had to be protected for historical and legal purposes.