Intelligent Document Processing

Intelligent Document Processing

A huge number of documents come into companies in large unstructured formats. Organizing this information into usable bites takes an army of clerks and data entry personnel. Macrosoft’s intelligent document processing practice quickly and efficiently understands this unstructured and semi structured data and organizes it within efficient databases for ease of extraction and analysis.

Macrosoft has tools to understand unstructured and semi-structured data and convert it into a structured format. We quickly recognize and extract data elements in all different formats and turn it into intelligent information to be used by your business.

Our intelligent document processing uses cutting edge technologies to automate processes that until now have been highly manual.

Macrosoft’s Five Step Process

  1. Our methodology begins with the ingestion of documents that come into your business. These can be virtually any kind of documents including emails, scans, ordinary paper, statements, purchase orders, claims or others.
  2. Once the document is ingested into the system, we begin preprocessing by eliminating useless information through a process called cropping and noise reduction.
  3. Next using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and computer vision we extract and organize key data elements by indexing information following a defined set of rules.
  4. This information is then validated to ensure that it aligns to the expected input from the corresponding document.
  5. Lastly once the data is validated a series of business rules are applied to organize the information into a usable format for your business.

Document Understanding: A Short Guide on the Major Process Steps
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