As soon as your organisation chooses to digitise its paper files, this immediately leads to an improvement of the general overview. It is often still difficult to find exactly the information you are looking for within an extensive file. Think of that one declaration in that thick file of more than 100 pages. How useful would it be if smart technology were to analyse the file and then classify specific information into easily findable subgroups? In no time, you can find the right document quickly and easily.
From data to information
By vitalising data, unstructured data is converted into structured data. This results in an improved findability of documents and an easier overview. Vitalising consists of the following steps:
Extraction and indexation
The first step is to classify documents. Once a document has been digitised, it is analysed and smart technology recognises whether it is a Certificate of Good Behaviour, a permit application or a claim. This data is linked to the document.
2. Extraction and indexation
Once the document has been classified, the necessary information is extracted from the text and then clearly displayed. This process is also referred to as indexing.
After the indexation, the information is validated. During validation, a manual check is carried out to ensure that all information has been processed correctly and that the system also displays the information correctly.
Finally, the information is ready to be exported in AIR or your current system.
By vitalising, you add value to your digital data and data is transformed into information.