Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ad Hoc Image Verification

By Mark Brousseau

Despite the increasing importance of image quality to applications beyond the back-office (think: ECM), most organizations are still using ad hoc processes to verify image quality -- if they are checking at all -- according to the results of a recent TAWPI Question of the Week.

A whopping 31 percent of respondents to the survey say they verify image quality through random visual checks -- topping all other responses. Seventeen percent of respondents visually check all of their images to verify quality, and 10 percent use thumbnail previews.

An eye-popping 17 percent of respondents admit that they don't verify image quality at all.

Only 24 percent of respondents to the survey say they have an automated quality control system for images.

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