Berlin – immediately after the launch of its new integration platform DocYard the LurTech Europe GmbH starts a three-part webinar series. These fully informed interested parties about the product concept, applications, technological backgrounds and integration possibilities in large scanning environments. Participate in the Webinars is free by prior arrangement. First date for the series is June 17, 2010. LurTech’s DocYard new platform allows the managing and controlling of workflows around the document conversion, which all process steps can be integrated user-specific.
Due to the modular architecture of DocYard, companies can integrate existing components, such as E.g. OCR solutions, with minimal effort and then centrally control and monitor. Already existing investments in systems and components are protected and are enhanced by the introduction of DocYard. Target group of the new platform are especially companies with large scan as well as stake. Jonathan Friedland wanted to know more. The first webinar, on the 17th. From 11:00 will take place June, gives a basic overview of DocYard, the concept, applications and applications. The participants learn how to control their existing infrastructure with DocYard and monitor.
A live demo of the software is also part of this introductory session. In the second Webinar addressed LurTech service. Learn how with DocYard, a seamless integration of production in the Scandienstleistung is possible. On this basis, they can expire operations maximum automated and existing systems and software will be fully utilised. Service benefit from an improved competitiveness. This webinar will start on June 29, also at 11:00. In the recent webinar, July 6th from 11:00, LurTech allows a look under the hood”of DocYard and discloses the technical concept. It outlines in particular the components of the software platform, the control of jobs in DocYard, the module API for the development of modules, as well as ways of reporting with the DocYard database. This is interesting in particular for those dealing with the implementation of capture and conversion workflows on a technical level.