Document Imaging is an innovative technology that allows you to take your critical company documents (electronic or paper) and allow your employees to intelligently interact with the information within them. With a TIFF Image for example (Tagged Image File Format) your documents can be converted to a static image to protect the integrity of the content and tagged or indexed with relevant data that quickly and efficiently identify what they are.

Now depending on your company infrastructure or situation you can up load those documents to a Cloud, Hardrive, Network Folder, CD/Disc or Enterprise Content Management or Document Management System.

Examples of imaging projects include:

  • Credit Card Applications
  • Capturing signature cards
  • Employee Files
  • Unemployment Records
  • Real Estate Contracts
  • Mortgage Applications
  • Construction Drawings
  • Medical Records
  • Lab notebooks
  • Accounting Files
  • Case Files


The key to scanning Company Documents depends on the need for fast and accurate retrieval or just for backup or Archival needs. Integration of company information between employees, locations or outside sub-contractors makes an excellent case for a centralized electronic repository.


5i Solutions, document imaging projects consist of:
  • Document Preparation
  • Staple/ Paper Click Removal
  • Quality/Age of Paper
  • Quality Control Check
  • Scanning
  • Pages per Document
  • Quality Control Check
  • Indexing / coding
  • Data Entry
  • Quality Control Check
  • Automatic Data Capture
  • Quality Control Check
  • Text conversion (OCR)
  • Whole document becomes test searchable
  • Quality Control Check
  • Repository management
  • Information Storage
  • Data Transfer
  • Backup
  • Security
  • Quality Control Check
  • On-site document capture
  • Set Up Operation at Client Location

See also: Forms Processing for input processes and retrieval options.



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