Global data capture specialist DRS signs DocXP reseller

Global data capture specialist DRS has signed Datafinity as a reseller for its intelligent document and data capture solution DocXP.  Datafinity delivers leading-edge document and data capture solutions for companies that need to improve the efficiency of business and document processes within their organisation.  Having carried out a full review of the document and data capture market, Datafinity was keen to integrate DocXP into its product portfolio.

DocXP is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, intelligent data capture and document archive solution that streamlines the document data capture process.  Built on industry leading intelligent character, barcode and mark recognition technologies and techniques, DocXP captures and processes any data from any type of form whether the data is in pre-defined areas or in different locations on the document.  Sophisticated classification technology sets DocXP apart from all other competing products. Its ability to automatically identify the document type with no pre-configuration makes it one of the leading intelligent document and data capture solutions on the market today.

Debbie Rofe, head of marketing at DRS, comments: Datafinity is the UK distributor for Foxray xbound, a future-proof document capture solution and integration platform for digital mailroom solutions.  Datafinitys partnership with DRS will allow them to resell DocXP document classification and data extraction technology as part of an xbound capture solution.

Comments Andy Dawson, managing director at Datafinity: DocXP technology will add significant capability to the Foxray xbound solution enhancing its industry leading position for digital mailroom applications.  The DocXP technology is a perfect fit with Foxray xbound as both products are designed to be easy to configure and use yet still offer a high level of functionality.  This unique product combination will add significant value for both existing and new customers.


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