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EMC Transforms Enterprise Capture with Captiva 7.0

New Unified Design Tool Simplifies Capture Projects; New Classification Features Bring Significant ROI; Delivers New Levels of Productivity, Intelligence and Agility

VIENNA, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MOMENTUM 2012 --

News Summary:

  • EMC Captiva 7.0: Next-generation intelligent enterprise capture
  • New designer simplifies projects and delivers industry's best agility and time to value
  • New configurable desktop client optimizes operator productivity
  • Patent pending intelligent auto learning reduces cost through accurate classification
  • Optimized for cloud and can be fully managed by EMC experts with EMC OnDemand

Full Story:

At Momentum, the EMC Information Intelligence Group's EMEA user conference, EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC) today announced EMC® Captiva® 7.0, a best-in-class solution for transforming paper documents, faxes and other content into digital information used by enterprise applications. This new, significant release provides advanced capabilities for intelligent enterprise capture, business productivity and improved organizational agility. Captiva 7.0 introduces new features, including the Captiva Designer, Captiva Desktop and significant improvements to Captiva Advanced Recognition.

Intelligent enterprise capture solutions enable organizations to take action and process the paper that exists across nearly every department. Paper and electronic document remains critical to getting work done, whether to initiate a process, interact during a transaction or for supporting a decision, organizations require solutions to capture and classify relevant information that exists in paper and other unstructured content. Captiva supports such business solutions across a variety of verticals such as Public Sector, Financial Services including banking and insurance, Energy and engineering, Healthcare and Life Sciences.

For organizations with global operations, Captiva 7.0 supports multilingual content, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Captiva 7.0: Productivity, Intelligence and Agility

Productivity: Configurable unified interface optimized for operator productivity

Captiva 7.0 increases operator productivity with a new configurable, flexible desktop client for a variety of use cases. Captiva Desktop is a new client for capture operators; it can be easily customized for all types of capture tasks, including image quality review, document assembly, high-speed data entry and indexing, high speed data correction and data validation. Captiva Desktop optimizes the operator experience by supporting form layouts that look just like the paper document to promote context-aware indexing.

Intelligence: Accurate auto-learning that rivals human experts

Captiva Advanced Recognition is for more advanced and automated capture requirements. It includes new patent-pending text classification technology that significantly increases the accuracy rates for incoming documents. Unlike competitive products that rely heavily on administrators to determine classification rules at project setup time, Captiva automatically learns documents while in production by intelligently determining words and patterns to use for classifying a document. By combining this unique approach called Production Auto Learning with image-based classification, Captiva reduces project development time and operator productivity by delivering up to 20 percent higher accuracy than rules and templates created manually by experts.

Agility: Fastest time to value in the industry

Captiva Designer is a new unified tool for IT developers and administrators to simplify the configuration, deployment and ongoing maintenance of capture projects. The designer enables teams to easily configure data entry forms and validation rules, with point-and-click layout of fields and controls to promote context-aware indexing and validation. Captiva Designer saves time by quickly defining configuration profiles – document types, image processing, recognition, and exports – for reuse across multiple processes, and can migrate to a production system with a single click, enabling Captiva to deploy enterprise configurations – including both server and client settings – in seconds or minutes, compared to the hours or days required by competitive products.

Captiva is cloud ready and available via EMC® OnDemand, a private cloud deployment model for enterprise-class applications, designed to help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud.

Customer Quote:

Gary Cook, Chief Information Officer, City of Sacramento

"We are very excited about the new design environment and operator client in Captiva 7. With the new Captiva Designer and auto-learning text classification technology, we expect to roll out capture projects much faster and reduce our ongoing maintenance costs. Our goal is to extend this solution across more of our departments and agencies for the increased productivity and agility that Captiva delivers."

Executive Quote:

Rohit Ghai, Vice President, Products, Information Intelligence Group, EMC Corporation

"Captiva 7 truly changes the game for enterprise capture. It provides customers and partners with a solution that can be deployed in significantly less time, and delivers the most flexible and powerful intelligent enterprise capture solution on the market. Taking productivity to a whole new level, Captiva delivers a modern approach to capture for today's demanding enterprise."

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About EMC

EMC Corporation is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset — information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way. Additional information about EMC can be found at www.EMC.com.

EMC and Captiva are registered trademarks or trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States and other countries.  All other trademarks herein are the property of their respective holders.

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