Document Imaging – 101 training

DOCUMENT IMAGING-101 TRAINING

The absolute ‘must’ know information covering the basics, fundamentals and standards of document imaging.

Document Imaging 101 is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts and terminology of document imaging technology, as a stand-alone course or prior to CDIA+™ training.

This comprehensive training course presents the fundamentals of document imaging and management but also gives professionals the skills they need to be more effective in the document imaging field.

How this course benefits the students:

When students complete this course, they will have a thorough understanding of document imaging systems: what they are, how they work, why they are needed, and the terminology involved. They will also clearly understand the fundamentals and standards of imaging and can then go on to take in the CDIA+ course. This training is a prerequisite to taking our CompTIA CDIA+™ Exam Training Course for individuals with less than two years experience designing an EDM solution. It is also an ideal training for any of our students to take prior to taking our Scanning Service Bureau Startup training as well. This course will truly provide an elemental education of the document imaging industry.

Course details include:

  • The history of imaging
  • What’s going on in the industry
  • Types of imaging applications
  • System design
  • Input and output devices
  • Storage types
  • Networking infrastructures
  • COLD, OCR and ICR
  • The importance of performing needs assessments
  • Internet imaging applications and specific uses
  • Workflow management
  • More

New to document imaging? This is where you start.

Training Formats Available:

Self-Study eBook
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Classroom
Private, group classes only. Call 508-637-1508 to arrange.

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