SharePoint Document Solutions
SharePoint allows for collaboration throughout the organization, but how can you provide an easy-to-use, flexible onramp to capture paper documents into your SharePoint Document Libraries? PSIGEN has the answer. PSIcapture provides a direct integration with SharePoint, which allows users to capture documents, extract data and route indexed documents directly into the appropriate SharePoint Libraries and Folders.
By connecting with your SharePoint site, PSIcapture is able to look up existing data from your site to populate index fields. That indexed data can be mapped to a SharePoint site’s Managed Metadata, Libraries and Content Types, so that when documents are routed to the SharePoint site, the indexed data will be attached to the appropriate fields designated in SharePoint. Users can also create a file-naming scheme and pre-configured folder structures directly from PSIcapture.
Get a full overview of PSIGEN's SharePoint capabilities by downloading the whitepaper.Sharepoint White Paper
Total Integration with SharePoint
PSIcapture's SharePoint integration is the missing piece to your SharePoint puzzle. With the preconfigured document type, PSIcapture automatically sets up a workflow for migration to SharePoint. Once your SharePoint site is connected with PSIcapture, the software can access your existing SharePoint information, such as Content Types, Metadata and Folders. This data can then be used to automate various processes, such as indexing. PSIcapture supports SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 & Office 365 Online.
Scanning & Importing Documents to SharePoint
Easy PDF Creation & Data Extraction
What can PSIGEN do with SharePoint?
PSIcapture provides a powerful and effective way to capture documents, extract crucial information and route them to SharePoint as searchable files.
- Import SharePoint Document Library configuration to pre-configure PSIcapture
- Select SharePoint Site based on metadata (multi-Site in One Batch)
- Publish documents and metadata to Document Libraries
- Create Document Libraries on the fly – named by metadata
- Populate Term Stores to support Managed Metadata
- Create Folder Structure – named by Metadata (unlimited levels)
- Provide a relevant document title – based on metadata
- Use SharePoint as a provider lookup
- Create Document Sets
- Set Content Types (Document & Folder)