Data is essential in every sector of business. Not matter the field, companies rely on data accumulation and management day in and day out. When compiled, each piece of input provides companies with comprehensive databases of fundamental information that can be processed, stored, manipulated, and analyzed. Databases act as crucial repositories of information that often encompass vast sets of data. Given the mere amount of input involved, data accumulation and management can be a tedious and overwhelming task, especially when involving manual data entry, intricate spreadsheets, copious archives of documents, and clunky software.
While there are plenty of database solutions for processing and storing sets of data, such as SQL (MySQL, Access, Postgres, etc.) and NoSQL (Mongo, AWS, etc.), issues commonly arise during the processes of identifying and transferring data from raw unprocessed texts and images. Overall, data recognition and collation can be an incredibly tedious task in which small errors resulting from misreading and mismatching of input can disrupt entire database processes and outputs. Thus, the key to successful data management lies in the precision of character recognition and classification. With this in mind, we’ve tailored our solution to rigorously identify and meticulously catalog great amounts of data with accuracy in order to save you time, money, and headaches!
SimpleIndex provides an Unprecedented Control of Database Interactions
Open database integration is a powerful feature of SimpleIndex® and one that furthers its interoperability with custom programs. Instead of using a proprietary database, SimpleIndex allows you to map its index fields to cells in any database table. It can be configured to create new records, update existing ones or retrieve them for viewing. Using these three basic database functions, SimpleIndex is able to interface with and operate on any database.
So you want to organize your documents using barcodes? That is an excellent idea! Not only will it improve the speed and accuracy of your document management workflow, but it is easier to set up than it sounds. The guide is written to give you real information instead of marketing, but you can follow the links links to read about the relevant features of SimpleIndex and other document management solutions on ScanStore. Other Useful Guides How to Scan Documents Scanners Guide OCR Guide ICR Guide Data Capture Guide Software Review Scanning Guides? Ain’t nobody got time for that! Read no further! Contact our experts and we’ll configure the whole scanning process for you remotely using the demo version of SimpleIndex! Why use barcodes in document scanning? There are many benefits to using barcodes while scanning your documents. Traditional scanning methods require you to scan your documents in pre-separated batches and then manually name and organize the resulting files. Barcod