Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
The new CMIS specification (released in May, 2010) improves interoperability between Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. With CMIS integration as part of Ephesoft, customers can now export the data coming thru Ephesoft and choose to archive the metadata or kick start document driven business processes quickly and accurately in their favorite ECM.
Ephesoft's classification and extraction technology, combined with the CMIS Export plug-in, provides a cost effective solution to reduce labor costs and improve processes for companies using Intelligent Document Capture.
“CMIS integration adds the ultimate level of interoperability between document and image capture with Ephesoft and delivery of content to all compatible ECM vendor systems,” says Ephesoft CTO, Mr. Ike Kavas. “CMIS is administered by OASIS which includes leading ECM vendors such as Alfresco, EMC's Documentum, IBM's Content Manager, Microsoft's Sharepoint, Open Text, Oracle and SAP.”
Based on open source technology, Ephesoft offers intelligent document capture with scanning, automatic classification, data extraction, and document delivery. Because it is developed in JAVA, Ephesoft runs on either Windows or Linux, and the customer can choose from several ingestion methods.
Ephesoft Community Edition is 100% Open Source and available for download at no charge from http://www.ephesoft.com. The Enterprise Edition is Open Source with commercial support and enterprise extensions. All features can be viewed at http://www.ephesoft.com/downloads.
Ephesoft, Inc., based in Irvine, CA, has developed an intelligent document capture system designed to improve the automation of mailroom processes through classifying, sorting and separating incoming documents, and extracting pertinent information from these business documents for distribution and processing. Our mission is to have this technology available to enterprises of all sizes and help them process business documents efficiently and effectively in an integrated fashion.