Do you find yourself copy & pasting data from incoming documents? Or maybe you need to move documents to a specific folder or app based on its content? Meet our Zapier app which lets you create fully automated workflows in a couple of minutes. Automating your document based business processes has never been easier.
Get ready to convert PDF to Google Sheets! There are many reasons why people use Google Sheets for personal and business needs. Well, the same can be said for PDF’s. So we decided it was time to marry these two in a blog post and describe how to export data from a PDF to your Google Sheets account using Docparser. Continue reading “Convert PDF to Google Sheets With a Fully Automated Workflow”
Does your business receive tons of purchase orders and sales orders by e-mail, fax, telephone or snail mail? No matter if you are dealing with just a handful of orders per week or hundreds each months. Handling those orders manually is time consuming and error prone to say the least. Even worse, purchase orders contain crucial data for your business which you just can’t miss. Continue reading “Build Your Own Automated Purchase Order System With Docparser”
Are you receiving PDF Documents containing important data by email? Good news! With Docparser, it’s easy to extract data from PDF email attachments. If you have recurring PDFs, with the same physical layout, you can simply email them to the Docparser app and get structured data back in return.
Once you have created, and tested your PDF layout parser, you can upload additional PDFs with our email option. Simply select the layout parser you would like to send attachments to, select “Settings” from the navigation and you will see your layout parser “inbox”. Continue reading “Email PDF’s to our Parsing Engine”
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a technology that allows you to extract data from scanned documents. Text which you can then edit, update, or aggregate with other tools for data analysis and a range of other uses.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR), is essentially the conversion of scanned images with text, be it typed, in print, or written by hand, into … well … text. Typically you see OCR used in extracting text information from photos, passports, and scanned documents. OCR is often used for “digitizing” recognized text, so it can be utilized later, edited, searched, aggregated for analysis, etc. Continue reading “OCR PDF Scanner”
Without a doubt, PDF became the de-facto exchange format for business documents. But PDF is “only” a replacement for paper and businesses around the globe have a hard time accessing important data which is trapped inside their PDF documents. On the other hand, JSON became probably the most popular data exchange format when it comes to syncing data between two web applications.
That being said, wouldn’t it be great to be able to automatically convert PDF documents into JSON data objects? What if it would actually be possible to leverage data which is trapped inside PDF documents to automate business processes?
This post will show you how you can do exactly that with Docparser. Docparser allows you to convert PDF to JSON data which can then be used to automate your document based workflows. Continue reading “Convert PDF to JSON – Turn PDF Documents Into Structured JSON Data Objects”
PDFs are used for a variety of reasons from Business, to Government and Education. Their ability to be viewed from a broad range of environments makes them especially appealing for exchanging important data. However, converting PDFs to Excel can be a challenging task without the right tools. This article explains how to easily convert PDF to Excel using Docparser.
Continue reading “How to Batch Convert PDF to Excel”
What is a PDF, and how can I get all that information into structured data, which you can download, or send to hundreds of other platforms? That is what we at Docparser are here to help you with. There are piles of articles out there on PDFs, but they seem to fall between extremely technical, and leaving us wanting a little more. So we figured we would take a stab at our interpretation. Let’s go back to the basics. Continue reading “An Introduction to Portable Document Format (PDF)”