EMC Unveils Doc Capture

EMC dramatically advances Web-based distributed document capture

January 24, 2008

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HOPKINTON, Mass. -- EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC - News), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced its newest distributed document capture solution that offers dramatic advances in Web-based distributed capture -- EMC Captiva eInput 2.0. Key to streamlining paper-based transactional processes, eInput 2.0 makes the scanning and indexing of paper documents from remote offices faster and easier -- automating the classification of documents, extraction of data, and validation of information directly from a Web browser. eInput 2.0's market-leading remote capture capabilities are key enabling technologies, helping companies realize more seamless, effective, and responsive distributed operations.

Captiva eInput works as an extension to the Captiva InputAccel platform, delivering best-in-class distributed capture with the EMC Documentum platform to address transactional content management (TCM) applications, such as loan processing, insurance claim processing, invoice processing, new account enrollment, and case management. In addition, working with InputAccel, eInput integrates with a wide array of back-end systems, including enterprise content management (ECM), business process management (BPM), and other enterprise applications. Together, these solutions enable organizations to easily add distributed capture capabilities to their existing business processes and information infrastructure.

"When used in conjunction with EMC's InputAccel capture solution, Captiva can effectively accelerate the capture of paper documents from remote locations and reduce or eliminate manual handling and delivery service costs between remote offices and centralized processing," said Chris Preston, Senior Director, Content Management and Archiving, EMC Corporation. "The end result delivers true competitive advantage for our customers by providing global reach for transactional-based process that is fully integrated with centralized back office processes -- substantially reducing costs, improving user productivity, and accelerating business processes."

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