DocuNECT AI Webinar

Webinar: Practical Use Cases for AI in Document Processing with DocuNECT (Recording)

Recorded On: Thursday, December 7th at 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST

Presented By: Bruce Bolton, Executive Vice President – Technology and Consulting, Portford Solutions

Businesses invest in document and data platforms to make informed decisions to help keep them operating. As the speed of business increases this data needs to be as accurate and accessible as possible. Portford’s DocuNECT® is a solution designed to connect business users with information locked in documents. DocuNECT® maps the document lifecycle to capture the document, extract the appropriate data, distribute it to third party business applications, manage and retain documents.

Digital document processing has become a necessity for FinTech and other industries looking to provide services now and in the future. This webinar explores DocuNECT a powerful functionality to support the spectrum of document use cases to make sure that companies implement a foundation for the future.

This webinar explores where AI and document processing can add value to allow your organization to increase efficiencies.

Bruce Bolton is the co-founder of Portford Solutions Group, Inc., a cloud-based document management services company that specializes in regulated industries. His role as the Exec VP – Technology and Consulting involves leading the technical and business consulting teams, designing and implementing document management solutions, and overseeing the software development and integration projects.

Bruce’s passion is to help his customers streamline their document-centric business processes, improve their compliance, and extract valuable insights from their data.

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