PSI:Capture Enterprise

Document Scanning and Capture

Overview

PSI:Capture provides a single capture platform that can meet all the needs of an organization: document scanning and import, forms processing, data capture, OCR/ICR, data extraction and the ability to migrate the information into an ECM or repository, such as SharePoint.



Key features

Intelligent Capture

Capture high volumes of paper and digital documents to disk, from virtually any source, including Scanners, Faxes and MFPs.

No Coding Required

Built-in wizards and lightning-fast configuration lend editing power to your configurations, and configurations are easily saved for your most common document types.

Migrate to 60+ ECMs

PSI:Capture seamlessly migrates (exports) data to any of more than 60 ECM and DMS systems.

Intelligent, MOdular and Flexible Document Capture

With an innovative document capture platform engineered to combine automation, efficiency, stability and Enterprise-class scalability, PSIGEN’s flagship product PSI:Capture is poised to continue advancing document processing technology well into the future. PSI:Capture provides scanning functionality, or can utilize simple expressions through its Advanced Data Extraction feature to automate processing tasks. With the ability to export or migrate the data to over 50 industry ECM and DMS systems, PSI:Capture represents the next generation of document processing software.



Document Capture and Scanning is a challenge in any organization. With an array of scanning devices, capture needs and backend content management systems, it is ineffective to settle for multiple applications to accomplish one goal. PSI:Capture provides a single capture platform that can meet all the needs of an organization: document scanning and import, forms processing, data capture, OCR/ICR, data extraction and the ability to migrate the information into a backend. PSI:Capture advanced capture system enhances the capabilities of any scanning device, providing a powerful onramp to any Enterprise Content Management (ECM) or Document Management Systems (DMS).


Document Capture

Powerful Capture

Capture high volumes of paper and digital documents to disk, from virtually any source, including Scanners, Faxes and MFPs.

Capture Capabilities

Flexible Processing

Flexible Processing

Index, OCR, Read barcodes, Classify documents, Automatically Index your data with Smart Zones, and more.

Processing Capabilities

Agile Integration

Agile Integration

With a robust system built to integrate, migrate your indexed data to any of 60+ supported ECM Systems, such as Microsoft SharePoint.

Migration Support

What does a sheet of paper cost?

Paper costs you money in more ways than the obvious expense of the sheet of paper itself. You have to store it, file it, retrieve it, protect it. You cannot back up your paper. How much does paper cost you? Here is a chart showing the potential cost of a single sheet of paper.

  • To Process and Handle

    $37
  • If Lost

    $120
  • To Replace

    25 Man-Hours
  • Papers that are merely shuffled around

    90%
  • Average Number of Copies of a Document

    19 Copies


Digital document capture has significant benefits


Massive volumes of files can be readily accessible from your fingertips. Searching, organizing, filing and locating files takes mere moments.
With the cloud, untold amounts of data can be accessed in seconds, from anywhere, on devices once thought impossible for such tasks, including phones and tablets. Now, you can retrieve, file, and even index files from anywhere, anytime, worldwide, from pocket-sized electronic devices.
The ability to search document data, and invisible nested data (called metadata) of huge quantities of files propels the process of locating information your organization needs to near-instant levels. Thousands, even millions of documents can be searched in mere moments.
Digital document management allows for much more robust limits on the access of data in your organization, both within the office and without. Where physical documents require physical storage in physical rooms with manual access, digital documents can have layers of secure, encrypted, password-authenticated group level access applied to ensure that only those that need the data can get to it.
Digital storage continues to get faster, more reliable and less expensive, and at a fraction of the storage, filing and maintenance costs associated with manual storage.