Technology and Integration Points
Drivve | Image integrates within you existing business architecture making the most of your existing applications and infrastructure. Drivve | Image also integrates with all the leading hardware devices vendors to optimize the scanning and workflow process.
XHTML-based forms are used to display input fields on the Multifunction Printer (MFP) panel as well as a wide variety of input controls.
Communication between Drivve | Image and an embedded MFP is based on Simple Objects Access Protocol (SOAP), a standard, well-known technology for data transfer between different systems.
Drivve | Image server uses web-services to communicate with the embedded MFP controls.
Drivve uses a high-performance image-enhancement technology with more than 15 years of development behind it. Advanced image cleaning and enhancement features. All industry-standard compression types are available, such as LZW, JPEG, Tiff G3, G4, and more. Export to wide variety of formats, such as Tiff, JPEG, PCX, PDF, DCX, bmp, PNG, and many more.
Bringing high-end barcode recognition to the scanning process opens up a whole new world in document automation. The Drivve | Image barcode recognition includes 2D bar code recognition, which is often used to store a large amount of data (up to 3000 characters). With Drivve | Image offers the possibility of a automated document-routing technology based on bar code recognition.
The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is often used to transfer information, for example from scanned documents, to third-party systems. With Drivve | Image you can save all the information contained in a document - including fulltext OCR - in a XML file. The integrated Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL)-based transformation engine can output any kind of XML format, which enables Drivve | Image to output any required XML structure required by a third-party DMS or database system. Even easier than using XSL-templates is the transformation of the XML-output, using the Replace -Function. Output values are simply inserted into an example file of the target system.
Drivve | Image offers Optical Character Recognition (OCR) recognition with a variety of export formats. That way, you can transform scanned documents to popular editable formats such as Microsoft Word or Excel. Drivve | Image also supports the new format for long-term preservation (PDF/A). On top, Drivve | Image offers encryption and security/password protection for PDF documents as well as zonal OCR including automatic page separation via OCR-results.
Directly integrate to any ODBC compliant databases you have features include database look-ups from the scan device. Common uses with Drivve | Image include indexing using data pulled from a database and linking to back office CRM and financial systems.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is supported by most email servers, such as Microsoft Exchange, Novell Groupwise, Lotus Notes, Linux and Unix systems. LDAP can be used for more that integration with email servers it can also be used for to integrate with a database. For example, you can use the LDAP server to query address data from a Lotus Notes database.
The Microsoft Exchange Server connector integrates with Microsoft Outlook systems. Sent emails are stored in your “Sent” mailbox.
SMTP protocol enables Drivve | Image software to send email using any email server, whether Linux, Exchange Server, Unix, Novell, Lotus Notes, or Mac.
This is the standard internet file-transfer protocol used by most network servers on all platforms.
The software allows user and password authentication based on Microsoft’s Active Directory.
Microsoft Windows SharePoint is a versatile technology that helps teams stay connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information they need. SharePoint Services also provides a foundation platform for building Web-based tools and services to meet individual business needs.