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Data Enrichment Modules

MavBridge™ Data Enrichment Modules (DEMs) are either inline or workflow-based modules that allow a Mavro system to enrich images and/or metadata. Examples of DEMs include Image Enhancement, Document Classification, Data Recognition, Image-Based Keying, and Data Validation.

The DEMs concept lets MavBridge™ software expand and adapt to various technologies and provide flexible solutions without the need to redesign the core product. The concept also means that a Mavro system is both horizontally and vertically scalable – additional enrichment resources can be implemented as needed based on future processing, speed, or volume requirements.

DEMs are the most powerful aspect of a Mavro solution. Using DEMs as building blocks, the Mavro team can design systems with capabilities that accurately match each customer’s requirements.

  • Image Enhancement DEMs such as enhanced binarization and de-speckling improve system performance by making images easier to process and minimizing rejects.
  • Document Classification DEMs automatically classify documents, reducing manual classification requirements and supporting “virtual batching.”
  • Recognition DEMs provide features such as OCR and barcode reading, allowing a Mavro system to extract a wide array of data types from documents.
  • Image-based Keying DEMs provide capabilities such as field zoom and single/multi page display that make it easy for operators to enter data.
  • Data Validation DEMs ensure that critical data fields are checked for integrity, ensuring better accuracy and higher quality transaction processing.
  • The DEMs concept supports maximum system capability and flexibility, allowing Mavro systems to solve the problems associated with scanning and processing the most challenging mail and document types.
  • DEMs can be added to the Mavro Software collection without redesigning the core product. This makes them easy to add to existing Mavro systems without major disruption.
  • DEMs are designed to support both maximized system automation and the most efficient manual keying, yielding the best overall system performance.