ECMPlus – AnyDoc Software has just added email processing to its Infiniworx capture workflow platform.
According to the company, Infiniworx now monitors selected e-mail inboxes and automatically process incoming emailed documents and attachments.
Infiniworx also recognises and opens email attachments in most standard business formats, including PDF, TIFF, Word and Excel documents, and can even unzip multiple compressed files for processing.
Furthermore, the email body and attachments can be classified and passed to OCR for AnyDoc for data capture and further processing. Any document can also be converted to TIFF, PDF, or text enabling output standardisation while still maintaining native formats.
The email processing capabilities, AnyDoc claims, now provide an additional automated method for businesses to process a common input stream of fax, scan, import, and FTP to capture their incoming documents, eliminating the all-too-common and impractical practice of printing emailed documents only to scan them for entry into ECM, ERP or other backend systems.
Infiniworx uses an easy-to-understand graphical drag-and-drop interface allowing users to quickly replicate their existing business process workflow.
“The simplicity of the setup of Infiniworx is another AnyDoc innovation,” said Samuel Schrage, President of AnyDoc Software. “Users can choose from multiple options to classify, prioritize, route and process their documents.” Infiniworx can be set up to classify documents by any of their attributes, including page size, logo, layout, format, text/key words, data, content, or any combination of these methods. This provides one of the most robust engines for an automated and accurate classification solution. Documents can be processed automatically or routed to operators for review if they meet identified criteria (e.g., invoices over $1,000).
“Infiniworx continues to evolve by adding new and innovative tools to address today’s business pain,” said Schrage. “By adding unattended email processing capabilities, Infiniworx is now equipped to serve as a true in-house digital mailroom,” added Schrage.