PSIGEN has released PSI:Capture Version 5.4.1. The new version contains an array of useful updates to improve the user experience and reduce the time it takes to perform functions like Classification and Data Extraction.
Expanding ACE functionality
In April, PSIGEN released the Accelerated Classification Engine (ACE), which allows users to classify new document types in the middle of a batch, without having to stop the workflow. In the new version, ACE becomes even faster and more efficient than ever. With ACE’s improved functionality, it won’t matter whether you are doing the very first setup of your documents or if it is your one millionth run—if ACE has never seen a certain document before, the document will be classified with the information ACE has accessed, and the user will simply verify that ACE is correct.
“The new features in ACE have just changed the game again!” said Steven Chenery, CEO of UpFlow Pty Ltd. “ACE was a significant step out within the Capture software industry last April. These new features have now cemented a significant strategic advantage over other capture providers in the market today. It also shows PSIGEN’S continued commitment to deliver innovate product solutions in this space. Although we cannot disclose the next round of updates yet, we are already looking forward to the next release and the benefits it will bring our resellers and end customers.”
Taking a closer look at the New ACE features:
- Auto Generate Forms from a Database. With the 5.4.1 release, ACE will be able to connect to the user’s database and preconfigure Classification Forms and rules using already existing data. The end-user’s only job will be to validate the information the first time a new form is classified. With the ability to use existing data to create Classification Forms, ACE will make the process of setting up an organisation with PSI:Capture faster than ever. So fast, in fact, that users will be able to easily configure the classification of a document in less than a minute. Other document capture companies might be able to perform this function—but can they do it this accurately and this fast?
- Auto Zone Creation: This feature provides a turbo booster to your capture solution. It expands ACE’s functionality into the indexing/data extraction process, greatly reducing the time it takes to extract data from your documents. By utilising information about what index data you want to collect, PSI:Capture will look throughout the document at configuration time and auto-place smart zones when it finds the information needed for extraction. Just like with ACE’s database classification function, all the user will have to do to index the data is validate the placement of the smart zones one time for each document/record set combination.
- Accelerated Zone Profile Configuration: If Zone Data Extraction fails on a document due to either misplaced zones or the absence of a matching Zone Profile, the end user can now edit the assigned profile, create an entirely new profile, or manually select an existing profile to assign to the document. This brings the power of ACE and Classification Forms to the Index module and Zone Definition Profiles.
There’s never been a better time to see what PSI:Capture has to offer your business. With an incomparable level of automation and flexibility, PSI:Capture is the key to unlocking your organisation’s potential.
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UpFlow Pty Ltd is PSIGEN’s distributor across Asia Pacific region and is focused on the delivery of Software in the Document Management and Workflow Automation space. Our focus is on providing software solutions to improve processes and workflow automation to businesses through our value added reseller network. For more information, visit upflow.com.au
PSIGEN Software is the innovative leader in document scanning and capture software. For nearly 20 years, PSIGEN has provided software to help organisations convert content into managed digital assets. The solutions focus on cost reduction, flexibility, standardisation and improved efficiency. For more information, visit www.psigen.com