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Business Process Management

ACS offers its best solution to its customer to address the critical information management issues. ACS provides wide range of services including data capturing, processing, analyzing to document conversion, data cleansing to data normalization.

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Data Processing

ACS proves its capacity and expertise to process any kind of data. We relieve companies of day to day business data process, allow companies to cut cost and focus on their core competency.

We process any kind of data including:



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Document Coding

ACS uses the innovative and state of art technologies to deliver most accurate, secure and cost-efficient document coding services in the industry. We are constantly empowering ourselves with new methods and effective procedure to efficiently extract quick information. We offer both domestic and overseas coding at competitive price and deemed quality. Our QA/QC processes guarantee accuracy and timely delivery. The process for document coding includes:


XML Conversion

Extensible markup language (XML) is the universally accepted data format for the structured and unstructured content on the web and is a subset of SGML. For the documents to be easily retrieved and shared on different platforms, there is nothing good then XML format. We can convert unstructured paper, microfilm or scanned document into XML format.

Document Imaging

Data imaging is all about converting the paper to electronic image. It provides solutions to the Document Storage and sorting problems that many companies are facing today. We involve OCR, ICR to recognize the contents of document. Many fields of data are captured in custom application which is used for downstream processing such as mailings, order processing, or financial systems.

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