Axis Technical Group featured in an interview with the Document Imaging Report

Axis Technical Group was recently featured in an interview with Ralph Gammon of the Document Imaging Report (now Info Source). Ralph is the Editor and Publisher of the Document Imaging Report Newsletter – a semi-monthly publication covering all the news and trends in the maturing document imaging hardware and software markets.

The DIR is the leading executive report on managing documents for e-business. Areas covered include Document Capture, Image Processing, Forms Processing/OCR/ICR, Enterprise Content Management, Records Management, Document Output, and Storage. DIR brings you the inside story behind the deals and decisions that affect your business.

In this article, Ralph interviewed Kevin Ells, Director of Marketing at Axis Technology Group, about solving the “unstructured document conundrum.”

A few weeks ago, Ralph was interviewing the CEO of another growing document imaging and management ISV who told him that although his company offered software for capturing data from structured forms, there really wasn’t much demand. He explained that although his clients certainly did a lot of scanning, the documents they were capturing weren’t structured enough to benefit from traditional forms processing.”

As noted by Ralph in the article “Axis Technical Group may have a solution. The Anaheim, CA-based ISV has developed technology for classifying and extracting data from completely unstructured documents. “People in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) industry love to say that their systems are made to handle the 80% of a business’s information that is unstructured,” said Kevin Ells, Axis Technical Group. “When you are only automating the capture of structured forms, it makes it very hard to achieve true ECM.”

This article discusses how Axis Technical Group’s advanced data extraction solution for unstructured content solves the challenge that many organizations face today capturing their most complex documents.

Please click here to download the report.