[TriLUG] Electronic Filing Software
acoliver at buni.org
Sat Mar 3 09:54:39 EST 2007
Well I worked on these: http://ibml.com/product_it3.htm
in the early 90s.... However it was QNX and I bet it is
(pic: http://ibml.com/product_offerings.htm) a bit...more...than
you were looking for. If you can find a good OCR, I bet the
rest would be easy enough to do with scripting and maybe
Lucene or one of many search suites.
Linux OCR: http://www.linux.com/article.pl?sid=06/09/18/191251
Matt Pusateri wrote:
> Ron Joffe wrote:
>> Our office is looking for an electronic filing software.
>> We envision the software to be able to:
>> 1. Take a scanned doc (tiff)
>> 2. OCR the document
>> 3. Name it and file it appropriately.
>> 4. Optionally have a document retrieval system.
>> This (of-course) would need to be a linux suite. We are looking for
>> experiences,recommendations with existing suits or set of tools which would
>> accomplish the required sorting and filing.
> I looked at Document systems 2+ years ago, the one I found that seemed
> worthwhile was Knowledge Tree, I looked at them about 6 months ago, and
> they've changed it alot. I actually liked the old version better. They
> have a free version and a pay version. The pay version also has a
> windows office plugins iirc. Also I believe they have some OCR
> interfaces as well
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