Control and optimize all your output
Multi-channel enterprise output management
DocBridge Pilot ingests documents from all internal and external sources and optimizes each document for the targeted output file type, regardless of delivery channel or stream. This centralized approach reduces cost and risk while increasing automation and efficiency.
Running a single and centralized output management system helps to mitigate risks and solve compliance issues. DocBridge Pilot provides piece level tracking with a document history and a component check. In addition, it can deliver your output directly to archive, so nothing gets lost, avoiding future compliance problems. You can easily control and optimize your output with DocBridge Pilot.
The DocBridge Pilot solution utilizes a database for document retrieval, converts files only when necessary (to preserve document integrity), applies appropriate rules workflow, schedules as required, then outputs each document to the correct delivery channel for accurate and efficient processing. Additionally, DocBridge Pilot sits on a web services platform, enabling it to talk to your systems natively. It is an ideal solution if you are looking to reduce the cost and maintenance of redundant applications typically required in a legacy workflow or as a result of a merger or acquisition.
Product of the Year Award
The overwhelming majority of these readers selected DocBridge Pilot 3.0 as the ”2013 Product of the Year” in the software and commodities category.
„It demonstrated that Compart not only builds future-proof products, but also has the solid migration know-how in such important and sensitive areas as document processing.“
Benefits, Concept and Functions
DocBridge® Pilot Features and Benefits
The DocBridge® Pilot Concept
Supported Input and Output Formats
DocBridge Pilot supports the largest matrix of natively delivered input and output formats. This enables highly complex, single pass operations with flexibility and reliability for high availability, high volume environments. A complete overview of supported formats is provided in the Compart Matrix.