What’s new in OpenText Core Capture 19.4

Cloud SaaS capture is quickly becoming the standard tool for deciphering and extracting value from content outside of your organization. Many of our competitors have…

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Chris Wynder

November 12, 20193 minute read

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Cloud SaaS capture is quickly becoming the standard tool for deciphering and extracting value from content outside of your organization. Many of our competitors have focused on OCR (optical character recognition) tools and a set of APIs that you are responsible for building out the platform that moves content into the right system.

OpenText believes that when you purchase capture you should get more than just OCR — that the product you purchase should enable your processes without additional coding. In other words, it should be the initiator of automated processes.

The new release of OpenText™ Core Capture 19.4 brings more automation to capture through new functionality that is focused on creating a document and metadata that is ready for any system to use — without users having to transcribe tables or search for an invoice number. For users, this means increased throughput rates with significant decreases in the volume and type of manual intervention.

In the example below, Core Capture has searched the connected ERP to confirm that the invoice has the correct information. In this situation where we are still training the system, we require the user to single-click to confirm the metadata that was extracted. This will eventually not be necessary and the straight-through processing rate for this type of document will be close to 99%.

Core Capture Machine learning for Existing data fields
Core Capture auto-extracts a field from an invoice and confirms that field. The user is made aware that this field is correct by a simple green highlight

Focusing on reducing tedious tasks

For those times when end users do need to review and fix issues, the new release of Core Capture includes auto-extract of tables, as well as a simple red/green highlight system that warns users when there are errors (such as a missing value in a table or an invoice number that doesn’t meet the requirements).

Core Capture Table Auto-extract
Core Capture extracts and confirms the values for the table based on a set of rules based parameters and comparison to existing fields (total versus sub-totals)

Ask users to do less to ensure organized and useful information

The great part about Core Capture 19.4 is that the system learns from the user’s actions over time. Through repetition, the system learns to understand the process and anticipate the correct fix. Machine learning at work!

As the system learns to consistently anticipate the right fix, the user will no longer be required to even review the “error”. Artificial Intelligence at work!

Core Capture navigation
Core Capture 19.4 brings additional ways to process documents as well as a easy way to get suggestions on keywords and fields

OpenText Core Capture 19.4 provides a configurable system that reduces the need for users to perform tedious metadata “cut and paste” processes. Organizations can be confident that Core Capture is using the right keywords for your process and connected systems.

Interested? Try it for yourself with our free, 90-day trial offer.  Visit our webpage and sign up for Core Capture today.

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Chris Wynder

Chris is the Product Marketing Manager for Capture and ACM. He has a wealth of information management knowledge, particularly in highly regulated industries. He shares his deep belief in analysis and taxonomy as the basis of good information governance in his blogs.

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