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Match Fields Early when Designing an Imaging Solution

When building an enterprise level imaging system, one of the most important early tasks is matching up the fields in the solution. A typical ERP imaging solution has fields in the following functional areas: Scan and validation Image repository Workflow template Temporary tables for line items and custom forms EBS tables Looking at the big […]

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Oracle IPM 11g Released!

For those of you who have not heard Oracle has released the next generation of their Enterprise Content Management Software, Imaging and Process Management (IPM) 11g.  This version is the first major step that Oracle has taken to tightly integrate the product into Oracle’s overall software architecture…IPM 11g has been completely overhauled to be part […]

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Student Enrollment Transcript Processing

Many Colleges and Universities must handle transcripts received from other Colleges and Universities for Student Enrollment processing. The receiving College goes through several steps to process a Student Application for Enrollment and the associated transcript(s) that Application may have and those steps may require the application to pass to several different people.  Usually a folder […]

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Character versus Reputation!

I was reading a professional colleague’s blog before New Year’s Eve and was surprised at a quote that highlighted the difference between “Character versus Reputation”.  Matt Younquist – Career Horizons recited a quote from Coach John Wooden which said; “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, […]

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Accounts Payable Processing with Kofax KTM and Oracle I/PM

Every company no matter how big or small has an Accounts Payable department.  It may be as small as one person or it may have ten, fifteen or more people.  For medium and large companies there are problems that arise with the data entry of all that invoice data and the tracking of all those […]

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