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Re: What Makes Branch Capture so Different... Community Blog
Scott Blau email@example.com Tags: banks #datacap branch capture #ibmecm batch scanning scott 867 Visits
In response to: What Makes Branch Capture so Different... Tom's point is a good one - at some point "distributed capture" becomes distributed "processing", where at least the first phase of automation, OCR, etc., takes place at the branch. That...
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What Makes Branch Capture so Different... Community Blog
Scott Blau firstname.lastname@example.org Tags: scanning capture batch blau #ibmecm banks #datacap scott branch 3 Comments 4,911 Visits
I recently had the occasion to meet with several banks who are contemplating, in the course of implementing, or have gone live with the capture of documents in their branches. For reference, in a recent Celent survey, the number of banks indicating they...
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Tony Curcio firstname.lastname@example.org Tags: trusted service datastage integration information web data real-time batch etl 4,138 Visits
Unique Features of Information Server Supporting a full range of Data Integration Styles This week I was speaking with an organization that is considering a data integration purchase and they asked a rather common question ... ...
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Kathleen Holm KHOLM@US.IBM.COM Tags: bpm process batch architect webcast binarium websphere compute-grid automation business_process_automati... batch_processing 3,794 Visits
In November of last year, I had the pleasure of talking with Sridhar Sudarsan, Chief Architect, Batch Processing Strategy, IBM Software Group. You can read our interview here: Java Batch - An Interview with Sridhar Sudarsan . In that interview, Sridhar...
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