Barcode Automation for Document Indexing

Indexing large batches of documents can be time consuming and cumbersome, not to mention usually unnecessary. Barcode Automation for your capture process can eliminate a huge majority of document indexing, giving your team the ability to focus on higher priority activities and tasks. RPI’s John Marney and Michael Hopkins share some of our tips, tricks, and best practices for incorporating barcodes into your document prep and capture processes.

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John Marney:

Hello and welcome to another RPI Consultants webinar Wednesday. Today our topic is automating and document indexing and separation by using barcodes. A few things real quick before we get started. The side deck and of course the video of this, so the recording of this presentation, will be made it back over to you after we are done. If you do have any questions around this topic or really anything else, please use the questions window incited the GoToWebinar pane to submit your questions and we will answer those as soon as we’re done.

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Michael Hopkins:

That’s right. There we go.

John Marney:

So, today, of course, as we said, our topic is a barcoding. Next month we have two webinars queued up. In the morning where you have a session with a couple of our project managers around to our updated project delivery methodology. But in the afternoon we’ll be discussing some topics around accounts payable reporting.

As many of you probably know, my name is John Marney, I’m the manager of solution delivery on this team. I have many years of experience in ECM and OCR space from design through software implementation. Most of my background is in back office with health care organizations. Primarily that’s going to be accounts payab