A quick to implement document capture solution built on top of IBM Case Foundations


Datum Solutions RapidCAPTURE, powered by ABBYY, provides the ability to quickly implement document capture, extending the capability and power of your ECM investment. Majority of business processes require documents to be submitted and reviewed, whether it's delivered over email (attachment) or mail (paper), it must be processed, identified and stored in the organizations ECM platform. RapidCAPTURE, powered by ABBYY, provides the ability to ingest these documents and efficiently extract key information to correctly store and/or launch the appropriate workflows, a key in driving down costs while reducing errors. With RapidCAPTURE, powered by ABBYY, organizations can empower their lines of business with efficiency gains found by leveraging document capturing techniques that allows for semi-structured document analysis, image clean up, document assembly and data extraction for all types of documents both machine printed and hand written.

RapidCAPTURE Highlights

Discover how you can empower your organization with efficiency gains found by leveraging document capturing techniques that help manage the rising volume with effective automation.

  • Business units who have documents either digital or in paper formats which hold key information for decisioning
  • Organizations wanting to streamline operations by reducing or eliminating manual data entry steps from their processes
  • Companies leveraging IBM Case Foundations as their core ECM system
  • Businesses wanting to reduce unnecessary labor costs while driving operational efficiencies
  • IT departments wanting to leverage capture technologies without the time and costs associated with other solutions
  • CIOs who want to fully realize the value of their IT investment while meeting customer behaviors
  • Quickly deployable solution leveraging your IBM Case Foundations investment
  • Role based security allowing for the segregation of work streams and also the protection of sensitive information
  • Various means of document processing
    • Straight through
    • Manual
    • Exception handling
  • Ability to integrate into existing systems and sources for data lookups and validations
  • Image enhancement or clean-up
  • Drag-and-drop document assembly
  • Web-based user interface
  • Handles various input channels
    • Faxes
    • Scanners
    • FTP/shared folders
    • Adhoc/user entered documents
  • Connected to various ECM repositories for final committal