Buying Data Capture

Riley, Chris
September 2008
Infonomics;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers information on some general steps to follow in the proper procurement of a data capture solution. These steps are provided to ensure the right technology for the business needs and make integration easier, return-on-investment faster, and give a better overall control of implementation. Among these steps include the development of a high-level understanding of the technology prior to selection, preparing a list of vendors and scheduling vendor demonstration.


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