The purpose of the Quality Assurance (QA) Module is to verify that the images are legible, contain no unwanted images and are separated correctly. The QA Module enables the user to replace pages that were inadequately scanned or to insert one or more pages that were found to be missing. The QA user has the ability to view each image individually, to view all pages of a document via thumbnails, or open multiple document views simultaneously. A flagging system enables multiple operators and supervisors to manage the process of identifying review/reject/delete items. The QA module can also be used to verify that two independent documents were not split or combined in error, permitting the user to split/combine documents as necessary to achieve batch integrity. Additionally, the user may “drag and drop” pages, documents or folders to insure that the images are in the preferred order.
The QA module operates in Tree View and Data View: Tree View supports image QA while Data View supports index values QA. The heart of many capture workflows is a three step process:
- Image Integrity QA
- Index Values QA.
Tree View allows the user to see a listing of all folders and documents within the current batch. Users can expand the folder and document tree to see each new level of separation.
Data View displays a spreadsheet of all indexing information for the current batch. If enabled, this indexing information can be edited and validated.