EMC Upgrades Document Capture

EMC Captiva InputAccel 6 and EMC Captiva Dispatcher 6 deliver improvements in speed, ease of use, and service-oriented architecture

November 20, 2008

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HOPKINTON, Mass. -- EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced new releases of its EMC Captiva® products that dramatically advance enterprise capture performance and scalability while simplifying ease of use, development and deployment in both centralized and distributed capture environments.

As the market’s leading and most complete set of enterprise capture technologies, EMC Captiva InputAccel® 6 and EMC Captiva Dispatcher 6 provide customers with a new service-oriented architecture (SOA) to leverage capture as a service to increase the adoption of capture throughout the enterprise. As a result, organizations experience higher return on their investments (ROI) by reducing costs and risks, accelerating business processes and lowering total cost of ownership.

Even in organizations where many processes are handled electronically, many continue to struggle with the burden of paper—not only with the volume of paper but the variety of documents that support their critical business processes. Whether it’s insurance claims, loan documents, new account applications, tax documents, HR records or financial invoices -- paper continues to play a vital role in businesses and governments today.

“Without an effective enterprise capture solution, organizations struggle with the inefficiencies and expenses of processing paper, the lack of access to critical information, difficulties in managing risk and complying with regulations as well as the inability to deliver good customer service,” said Whitney Tidmarsh, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Content Management and Archiving at EMC. “Studies show that organizations spend upwards of $20 in labor to file a single document and up to $120 per document to search for them when misfiled. Multiplied by the number of paper documents in an average organization, and the costs are staggering.”

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