Features in ILINX Capture (Part I)
The feature set in ILINX Capture is vast and it can be a drag reviewing and interpreting feature lists in software documentation. Those of you not familiar with ILINX Capture can visit the following website.www.ilinxcapture.com, or feel free to leave a comment and we can provide additional information and/or a hands-on demonstration. In short, ILINX Capture is a web based capture platform that excels in distributed capture and custom capture workflow environments. It is scalable to work on a single workstation or it can be extended to an enterprise wide global standard for capture in your organization.
I wanted to use this post to touch on a couple of the features that I see being used more and more in ILINX Capture. These features became part of the product based on customer feedback, industry direction, and internal vision for the product. All of the following features can be added to any point in your process flow map, so it provides not only the functionality but also the flexibility to adapt to the business needs of current processes in place today.
- 2D Barcode Support – This feature adds the ability to read metadata, classify and separate documents, and provide quality control checks through the recognition of 2D barcodes. Through a GUI the user has the ability to parse the barcode data and map it to fields, separate and identify the type of document, and validate that the number of pages in the document match what was captured through the scanning or electronic import process.
- Web Service Integration – This feature provides ILINX Capture with the ability to integrate with any existing web service. Most commonly, we see this used to perform database lookups or validations against existing line of business systems. Another way this is being utilized is to interact with different organization processes, for example, you can create a support ticket in an organization’s support system every time a process exception occurs in their fully automated capture workflow.
- Queue Thresholds & Triggers – Work queues in ILINX Capture are areas where human interaction is required to process data or documents through the workflow. The thresholds and triggers provide the ability to monitor the batches or documents in a queue and execute a function when a threshold or trigger is met. This is useful to monitor escalations or the processing of high priority documents. For example, if a fax comes in to the system for an auto loan or stock trade, in most cases, this is a time sensitive process that needs to move rapidly through the workflow. Between the notification features and the thresholds/triggers, ILINX Capture can ensure that 1) a user is notified that there is high priority work to process, 2) the documents are processed within a defined time frame, and 3) if the documents are not processed the system can notify a manager or route the documents to another user group.
These are just a few of the features that have been added to extend the functionality of this product. Stay tuned to this blog for additional information on other features that help shape this product to provide value to its customer community.Ryan Keller ImageSource, Inc.