Archive for June, 2013
Ephesoft Intelligent Document Capture is the ideal tool for processing mortgage documents. Ephesoft ingests documents, classifies and separates them, extracts the data, and then allows you to export it in a number of ways. During this presentation, Zia’s Jon Solove reviews the Ephesoft administration panel and demonstrates how to utilize Ephesoft for mortgage processing. While legacy capture systems use “zonal” technology for extraction, Ephesoft looks at actual text. Using a series of batch classes, Jon will walk through document processing by creating extraction and classification rules.
Alfresco’s Attribute Service provides nodeless cluster-safe storage to code running in the Alfresco Repository. This type of storage can be very fast for CRUD operations and supports a simplistic querying capability that works against the database — no node storage or full text indexing lag between write and read. Developers can maintain efficient node-related data without modifying nodes.
Alfresco has not provided documentation for this service on their wiki or docs sites at this time. As such be wary that it’s quite possible this will change over time without warning.
View this presentation from Zia’s Bindu Wavell for more information on the Alfresco Attribute Service.