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FCW : November 30, 2013
G aging technology can sometimes hamper an agency's ability to happen so slowly that the change goes unnoticed until it's too late. As an extreme example, imagine how frustrating it would be if the is, more than two years. While not all situations are that extreme, processing hundreds of thousands of inbound pieces of paper a any glitches occurred along the way, such as unexpected delay in The agency called in Xerox for help. Following a consultation, the agency's inbound document processing from beginning to end. Among the changes, Xerox reworked forms to include a two-dimensional barcode that would embed critical information about an account. These forms are now submitted and sent to and analyzed for quality control. The data is accessible by the processed one billion pages for the agency. EFFICIENCY AND Q ALI Y What that agency did --- and what many others are doing --- is the front end to image capture, data capture and storage on the back Xerox is able to extract the metadata and return it to the customer The entire process is managed by Xerox's Master Control from document sorting and routing to continuous measurement standards for handling data. Agencies get the best results by allowing Xerox to rework their forms so they can be more easily scanned and the information more easily extracted. "We can take the information off of the form, make sure it is as accurate as possible, and then WIN-WIN percent by using these processes. That's due to many factors, copying documents or performing other manual processes. With the intelligence behind the system, quality controls built in and the incredible accuracy of Xerox's optical character data, which can be translated into greater strategic insight and time, but the company continues to expand the boundary of input. will allow users to snap images of documents with a smartphone and send it to Xerox, where it will be categorized and quality- checked. The extracted data will then immediately be sent Hosted solution delivers big ROI in savings, e ciency GameChanger GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED CONTENT DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT Learn more about Xerox document management capabilities at: xerox.com/ federal-document-management
November 15, 2013