04 Aug CaptureFast Uipath Partner
CaptureFast announced the company is now an Advanced Technical Partner of UiPath
CaptureFast, a state-of-the-art data capture solution, today announced the company is now an Advanced Technical Partner of UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company. CaptureFast allows users to unlock valuable information from physical or digital documents via artificial intelligence (AI) using machine print character recognition. This partnership will provide joint clients an all-in-one, ready-to-deploy solution for customers’ automation needs that require unique features such as CHACS (Capturefast Hybrid Auto Classification System) for document classification and data capturing from complex and variable layout documents.
CaptureFast is Partner With Uipath
We are pleased to announce that CaptureFast, Cloud, and AI-Based Document and Data Capture vendor, has announced a partnership with Uipath, a leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA). CaptureFast allows users to unlock valuable information from physical or digital documents via AI using machine print character recognition. This partnership will provide CaptureFast’s clients an all-in-one, ready-to-deploy solution for customers’ automation needs that require an additional method for data capturing from editable or non-editable physical or scanned documents.
From the view of CaptureFast
Gurkan Karagoz, founder and CEO of CaptureFast explains, “We believe UiPath is a great partner for us because we share a similar point of view about how the market is evolving and the needs of clients. In particular, both CaptureFast and UiPath products are very easy to use, which is a great benefit because there is no learning curve and no need for complicated approaches.”
Karagoz added: “Data capture is normally the starting point and customers also need to take action or process the data once it is captured. Capture, by itself, solves only part of the problem. In order to achieve broader automation, CaptureFast values partnerships with RPA vendors such as UiPath because it provides customers with an easy to implement and flexible data capture solution in their RPA deployment. We believe the UiPath solutions combined with CaptureFast’s automatic classification and capture capabilities creates an all-in-one, ready-to-deploy solution for customers’ automation needs that require AI-enabled data capture, especially for semi-structured data.”
CaptureFast is used in multiple verticals such as insurance (application, sales, claim forms between field and HQ), Banking & Finance (account opening, checks, KYC, loan and mortgage documents, bank statements), Non-profits (member forms and files), Construction (insurance documents, work orders), healthcare, legal, aviation, maintenance, logistics and many others.
Automatic document classification is a missing part of RPA projects. CaptureFast fills this gap in the market offering quick, machine learning aided, easy to set-up for a very flexible and integrated solution at affordable prices.
Isbank serves retail, SME, and large corporate customers. The bank has the most extensive private distribution network in Turkey with over 1,200 domestic branches. It also processes hundreds of documents in various types.
Isbank leverages CaptureFast to extract data from these documents in a digitalized version. This involves extracting data from numerous types of documents, digitalizing the document processes, and minimizing the data entrance durations. Then, extracted data is transferred to banking screens with the help of UiPath RPA. As a result, Isbank gains more efficiency and less implementation time.
Uipath started in 2005 as a 10-people team based in Bucharest, led by Daniel Dines. In the beginning, they outsourced automation libraries and software to some of the world’s biggest companies.
Fast-forward to 2015. They launched free courses for UiPath Academy and started teaching RPA to over 35,000 now certified developers, propelling our rocketship growth.
Today, they have 7,000+ enterprise customers and have raised over $1B to a valuation of $10.2 billion.