FileNET Enhances Content Capture Capability

Nov 05, 2002


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FileNET Corporation, a provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions, has announced general availability of its Capture products, Capture Professional 4.0 and Capture Desktop 4.0. As the primary content capture capability for all FileNET ECM solutions, these document and content capture products are designed to aid organizations  in accessing and managing all types of content across their enterprises. FileNET's Capture products enable customers to acquire and index both electronic and paper-based content, and distribute and manage this content based on an organization's specific business needs. New features in the Capture 4.0 includes TWAIN Scanner support and enhanced reporting functionality as well as optical character recognition (OCR) for automated indexing and conversion to PDF functionality provided by Scansoft, along with other capabilities designed to enhance organizational productivity. Ideal for high-volume, production environments, Capture Professional 4.0 gives customers the ability to access content in both FileNET Image Services and Content Services repositories. This allows companies to standardize on a single image and content capture solution, reduce training time and cost, and efficiently distribute information based on their individual business needs. Capture Desktop 4.0 is designed for low-to-medium volume applications such as accounting, legal, engineering, or human resources departments that need to capture documents and electronic files in a non-production setting. It captures, indexes, and stores virtually any document type, so departments and workgroups can efficiently capture information needed in their daily operations. A new feature in Capture Desktop 4.0 includes distributed functionality, which enhances organizational productivity by allowing work to be shared among multiple users. Capture Desktop 4.0 and Capture Professional 4.0 are available now. Pricing starts at $2,000 per Capture scan station.

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