Extract, redact all my documents.

Extract, redact all my documents.

The latest, most popular technological innovations have a common theme among them: Automating your life to make it easier and more efficient. Every single day, new gadgets are being released that are completing tasks we never imagined would be human-free activities.

Swiper, Yes Swiping!

Swiper, Yes Swiping!

Extract’s value extends well beyond just the information that is automatically captured.

There are many additional productivity tools in our UI that increase the speed and accuracy of users. With features like auto-zooming and highlighting all data on the image, there is a lot to talk about, but I’m going to dedicate the remainder of this blog post to my personal favorite: Extract’s swiping tools.

All of the data you need, none of the data you don’t

All of the data you need, none of the data you don’t

Introduce automated redaction to your workflows

We live in a world of instant gratification and immediate satisfaction which leads to companies wanting to speed up workflow processes to get higher quality work done, quicker. There are companies where their entire business plan is about how they can make other organization’s workflow more efficient, accurate, and up to do with the world around them.

Is Government Ahead of the Game When it Comes to Technology?

Is Government Ahead of the Game When it Comes to Technology?

Interesting question, isn’t it? Within the past 30 days I have had more interaction with government entities than I have had in the past 30+ years…combined. Within the past 30-days, I miraculously figured out how to accomplish the following: obtain a marriage license, apply for certified copies of my marriage license, begin my name change process, start a LLC, file for a FEIN, and setup payroll. 

Are you still living in ancient times?

Are you still living in ancient times?

Early 2017, the Government Business Council and Veritas did extensive research and built a survey to figure out if federal organizations are living out “principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration.”

This survey shed some light on some troubling information regarding federal agencies and their data management practices.

Leverage OCR to improve your workflows

Leverage OCR to improve your workflows

It’s easy to mistake Optical Character Recognition (OCR) as a one-trick pony. 

After all, pulling text out of an image to make it usable in other applications is an impressive trick.  Don’t be content to think that’s all OCR can do for you though.  By combining OCR output with other technologies, it’s possible to make substantial improvements to workflows throughout an organization.  Incoming document workflows are the first and most obvious place that OCR can make a major impact.

OCR and How It Impacts Your Life

OCR and How It Impacts Your Life

OCR (also known as Optical Character Recognition) is defined as the mechanical or electronic conversion of images that are typed, handwritten or printed text into machine-coded text.  The technology deals with the problem of recognizing and converting all different types of characters into text your computer can read.

Don't get caught with PII being under-protected

Don't get caught with PII being under-protected

Government Data breaches

Data breaches and data leaks have been far more common over the past few years than people know, especially within government. Governments are becoming commonly known for their data breaches throughout the years because they have been focused on making private information public in a timely fashion, but they have been relying on the manual redaction process, and too often personally identifiable information (PII) gets missed.

Shutting the Door on Hackers, Once and For All.

Shutting the Door on Hackers, Once and For All.

“Identity Theft is the Fastest Growing Crime in America.” 

I’ve been hearing this phrase lately, all over the internet. In light of all of the recent web attacks, like NotPetya and WannaCry, I am beginning to think that this phrase may in fact, be true. Did you know that there are upwards of 15 million U.S. citizens that suffer from fraud and identity theft a year? And that’s only in the U.S.