Electronic document proliferation has got to the point where it is easy to become overwhelmed. The constant stream of emails, PDFs, Word files and spreadsheets has become too hard to manage. But to manage it you need a way to capture it first, right? And they're electronic so that should be easy. Well, it should be, but mostly it's not, and that's why we built CaptureFile.
CaptureFile is the tool to use when you need to get lots of documents processed quickly. Here are some common examples of what CaptureFile can do.
Archiving emails from Exchange and Lotus servers is an important compliance and IT management issue. CaptureFile has mail server connectors to do just that. It can capture, parse and process emails in very large volumes in order to archive them into document repository such as ManagePoint.
Capturing files stored in corporate shared folders is another common operation. When implementing a document management system thought needs to be given to what happens to the existing carefully designed folder tree in which the document now live. Mapping those folders and files is easy with CaptureFile.
Many business applications need to generate documents in one form or another. For example your accounting system needs to generate invoices every month and send them to your customers. But the accounting system may not be able to do all the things you need with those documents. You may need to transform the original data and generate new documents, and send them by different means depending on the customer. CaptureFile can do this variable print document generation and transform and deliver documents in many different ways.