Capturx Software from Adapx speeds data capture and collaboration by turning natural speech, sketch, and handwriting into actionable data in Microsoft Office, SharePoint, CRM, ERP, GIS, C2, C4ISR systems and many other back-end systems. By simply speaking and writing, teams get instant access to structured data collected on paper, touchscreens, mobile devices, and wall displays. A range of enterprises and agencies speed workflows and reduce risk by using Capturx to bypass data transcription from paper and cumbersome keyboard- and menu-driven interfaces. Adapx has strategic relationships with Microsoft, ESRI, In-Q-Tel, and works with standard digital pen technology from Anoto.
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Capturx enables teams to automate a range of data collection scenarios, so they can speed data collection and sharing, while eliminating data entry time and costs. With Capturx, teams can enter data on tablets or collect data with Anoto digital pens on standard paper forms, maps, CAD prints, and notebooks. Data is automatically integrated and correctly formatted into OneNote, Excel, SharePoint, ArcGIS, or PDF files. Capturx uses advanced character recognition in Office apps to make data available for analysis, workflow automation, or use in other applications. Teams can track the actual date, time, and author of each entry – and even the location from where it was sent – to help validate data and meet compliance requirements.
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Capturx automates inspection paperwork enabling teams to identify and fix issues faster without the costs and delays of data-entry, scanning, or compliance risks from missing or inaccessible data. Managers provide the same form, map, or CAD drawing whether the team members type on tablet touchscreens or write on paper with digital pens. Data written on paper forms, maps, CAD prints, and notebooks is instantly recorded by the digital pen and integrated into Microsoft Office, Esri ArcGIS, and PDF files. Teams simply print on plain paper using many common printers. Recorded data can include the actual date, time, and author of each entry – and even the location from where it was sent – to validate data and meet compliance requirements. Advanced character recognition used by Capturx makes rich data available for analysis, workflow automation, or use in other applications.
Capturx enables teams to automate field service paperwork so they can complete service calls and get paid faster by eliminating data entry time, costs, and risks. Managers provide the same form, map, or CAD drawing whether the team members type on tablet touchscreens or write on paper with digital pens. All the data written on paper work orders, service requests, and time sheets is instantly recorded by the digital pen and sent from the field to central operations or payroll. Capturx can track signatures, converted text, the actual date, time, author – and even the location from where the data was sent. Instant access means faster servicing, parts ordering, and invoicing. Highly mobile field teams get the convenience, reliability and ease of typing on tablet touchscreens or writing on paper without the delay, cost and risks of sending, scanning, transcribing or misplacing paper.
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Capturx for Microsoft OneNote automatically integrates your handwritten notes on paper into Office, where they are backed-up, organized, searchable, and shareable. Simply write in a Capturx notebook – or print your own blank sheets. The digital pen records all the handwriting and automatically integrates it into OneNote. Powerful character recognition enables the handwriting to be searched or converted to digital text. OneNote supports shared notebooks on file servers or SharePoint, so teams can use Capturx to aggregate notes across team members, making notes instantly shared, searchable and backed-up. Outdoor note takers can take notes on the all-weather Rite-in-the-Rain notebooks.
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