Some applications have a set of standard documents that are required to be present in each batch. SimpleIndex has the ability to specify a list of required values for a field then audit each batch at the end to ensure all are present. Any missing pages may be scanned and indexed automatically from this screen as well. This feature may also be configured to allow exceptions and log a valid justification for the absent document.
This feature makes SimpleIndex the perfect front desk scanning application For example, a health care chain may have a list of documents they must collect from each patient in order to bill the insurance company With SimpleIndex they can image these documents at the front desk, and audit the batch automatically to ensure all the required pages are there.
Doing this not only eliminates the need for a dedicated, central scanning department to image these files, it also greatly decreases the error rate and improves collections turnaround for our example company.
|How do I configure SimpleIndex to scan documents?|
|How can I use barcodes or blank pages as separator pages to indicate document breaks?|
|How do you configure OCR to read index information from MS Office or PDF documents?|
|Can SimpleIndex read barcodes off of PDF files in a folder?|
|Can SimpleIndex create searchable PDF Image+Text files with hidden text?|
|Why are my barcodes not being recognized properly?|
|I know nothing about databases. Can I still use the database and Retrieval Mode features?|
|Can SimpleQB be used to scan in receipts and invoices which are then matched to the files kept in the QuickBooks System?|
|Some pages in my documents have unwanted barcodes that are being read. How can I exclude these from recognition?|
|How do you configure the Autofill feature?|