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Brainware Intelligent Capture Web Verifier

Web Verifier
Foundation 23.1

To properly ensure the quality of automatically processed documents, it is important to understand the following information.

Batches are the basic entity.

Brainware Intelligent Capture (BIC) works on batches and will completely process one batch before processing the next. Verifying and approving entire batches before routing to subsequent systems is an important step since batches are the basic entity.

A batch is only valid if all of its parts are valid.

Since BIC deals with information and data, the application uses the terms “valid” or “invalid” instead of “working” or “damaged.” The restrictions on the number of parts and the well-defined relationships makes it easy to understand why a batch is invalid.

A batch is invalid if:

One or more folders inside the batch are invalid.

A folder is invalid if:

One or more documents inside the folder are invalid.

A document is invalid if:

The automatic classification result is incorrect or if the automatic extraction result has invalid fields.

A classification result is invalid if:

The class still needs validating or the matching class was not found.

A field is invalid if:

The field content still needs validating, the field content does not comply with the validation rules, or filling-in the field is simply unfeasible.

Reasons for violating field validation rules.

  • Restrictions on the number of characters.
  • Allows only uppercase characters.
  • Checking the questionable results from the OCR process, which are red and underlined.