PDF and scanned documents are widely used to exchange information pertaining to a variety of documents including contracts, invoices, price lists, sales and purchase orders, HR forms, bank statements and more. However, because these documents are considered finalized versions, often times the data is not easily editable so extracting the information in a usable format can be a challenging and tedious task that usually required manual intervention! Continue reading “How JuicedTech Leverages Docparser With QuickBase”
PDF files and scanned documents are ubiquitous in today’s business environment. Often times, important business data is trapped inside these documents and extracting data from PDF is unfortunately more often than not a manual and tedious task. This task becomes even more daunting when we need to extract tables from PDFs or scanned images. Continue reading “Best Softwares to Extract Tables from PDF (and export them to Excel, CSV, …)”
Data is king. And databases are the hub of data. All business organizations have a database – whether SQL based or NoSQL based – that acts as a repository for all of their key business related information. But how would you use this database if the data to be used in it is only available in form of paper documents? Getting the data ‘out’ of scanned documents such as PDF, images or typed invoices is difficult. So what are the options when it comes to “scan to database software” that can create database records from documents? Read on and find out! Continue reading “Scan To Database Software: How To Convert Paper Documents To Database Records”
Realty Trust Services, LLC is a small real estate brokerage firm in northeastern Ohio (Cleveland Metropolitan Area). They serve single-family properties as well as large multifamily properties in the area and provide services ranging from REO and property management to property leasing and compliance check. Continue reading “How Realty Trust Services, LLC Saved 50 Hours of Work With Docparser (and Zapier)”
There are several players in the data extraction market. Many of whom not only claim to do a great job but also deliver great results. SimpleIndex is one of them. Docparser and SimpleIndex do a relatively similar job and in this regard, we can say that Docparser is an alternative to SimpleIndex. How? Let’s find out. Continue reading “SimpleIndex vs Docparser: Is Docparser A SimpleIndex Alternative?”
A major problem that many businesses face today is the inability to leverage data which is trapped inside scanned documents and images. Whenever a business relies on data which is trapped inside paper documents, manually re-keying the data can quickly become a bottleneck and harm the business. Continue reading “Extract Data From Scanned Documents And Images”
Accounts payable automation has become essential for today’s businesses. Especially in cases where enterprises receive and send thousands of invoices each day. In such cases, it becomes inevitable to have automated accounts payable solutions to reduce the burden of manual entry and also to make the payable workflow system faster, more accurate and error free. Continue reading “Accounts Payable Automation With Docparser”
In the domain of data extraction from documents, Kofax is the leader. And why shouldn’t it be? Kofax has been in the business of process automation and document processing space for long with operations in several countries. When compared to Docparser, which is relatively a newbie, Kofax is an old, big player. While Kofax operates in many areas, for the scope of this Docparser blog, we will limit ourselves to see if Docparser is an alternative to Kofax in the area of data extraction. Continue reading “Kofax vs Docparser: Is Docparser A Kofax Alternative?”
When we think of data extraction, there are only a handful of companies and tools that spring up to our minds and Ephesoft is one of them (other than Docparser of course). Compared to Docparser, Ephesoft is a much bigger and comprehensive data service, yet Docparser can be perfect Ephesoft alternative for many use-cases. Continue reading “Ephesoft vs. Docparser: Is Docparser An Ephesoft Alternative?”
In today’s times when almost every single item comes with its own barcode, reading barcodes and QR codes seems to be the simplest thing to do. After all, just place the barcode or the QR code under the laser or camera-based scanner and your barcode is scanned.
However, reading physical barcodes on items is one thing and reading barcodes or QR codes from the PDFs or documents is completely another.
How do we read barcodes from PDFs? Or how do we read barcodes from already scanned documents in general? Continue reading “Read Barcodes & QR-codes From PDFs, Scanned Documents And Images”