How New Technology is Tapping into Unstructured Data

How New Technology is Tapping into Unstructured Data

by The Exela Team

Computers have revolutionized the way that business gets done in nearly every sector of the economy, yet there’s one relatively simple task they’ve been struggling to master - reading. That is, taking unstructured data from a paper document and synthesizing it to useful information. But that, too, is changing with the advancement of Intelligent Document Processing (IDP).

Exela’s latest edition of PluggedIN, “Intelligent Document Processing: The Present and Future of Automated Information Management,” delves into the entire lifecycle of this powerful developing technology.  

Beginning with optical character recognition (OCR) and intelligent character recognition (ICR), along with natural language processing and machine learning, IDP can unlock a vast and previously untapped resource: unstructured data. 

Find out more about IDP, how it fits in the growing data science as a service (DSaaS) marketplace, and how Exela is staying on the cutting edge of IDP advances, in the most recent edition of PluggedIN.

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