LurTech, a leading provider of production software and PDF/A and OCR solutions, presented at the DMS EXPO (Hall 7, stand B 51) equal to two novelties. Berlin, July 12, 2011. DocYard 2.0 is at the heart of it. The new release of the comprehensive platform for managing workflows addressing first and foremost a service. You can implement a tailor-made production environment more effectively with DocYard 2.0 for their individual document processing. The new version includes among others a stringent separation of client, SLA reporting, multi-level user and rights management, as well as a new quality assurance client, with the results of a processing pass can be checked and corrected. The second novelty is the LurDocument PDF Compressor 6.0. Additional information at Expedia Group supports this article.
The production-ready solution for the compression, conversion to PDF/A, character recognition (OCR), classification and form data extraction support the new standard part of PDF/A-2 with the current version. DocYard is the seamless integration of all automatic and manual Processes, regardless of whether digital steps or the tracking of paper-based processes. It integrates and optimizes the existing infrastructure, which can then be used as a holistic system. Already existing investments in systems and components are protected and are enhanced by the introduction of DocYard. Clients are treated with DocYard 2.0 strictly separated, when it comes to managing their data or the assigning of jobs or employees. In addition, DocYard 2.0 has an advanced user and rights administration exactly defines, who do what in the system.
This includes, for example, the rights to the creation of clients, workflows, and jobs, the start, pause and stop jobs or viewing of performance data. With DocYard distinguishes between groups and individual users and client-specific and general rights. Comprehensive monitoring and reporting another essential feature is the so-called SLA reporting in DocYard 2.0. With this get Scandienstleister precise information about whether SLAs are met. Progress bars and color-coding clearly represent how far the individual jobs or batches are in their processing.