Top Information Management Services Company Selects Haystac to Classify Scanned Images and Electronically Stored Information (ESI)

BOSTON, MA – February 14, 2021

Haystac, a leader in content analytics software, today announced that one of the world’s largest information management services providers, has selected Haystac software as the classification and content analysis engine for its new comprehensive information governance service. Haystac was awarded a four-year, multi-million contract.

The company is one of the largest records and information management services provider worldwide. Its customers manage and activate their critical business information through offsite storage and information governance services, scanning and digital transformation solutions, document management software and secure destruction services.

The company creates and applies complex retention policies on behalf of its customers, who submit vast numbers of boxes containing their records. Last year the company received over 800 million pages and this number will continue to grow. The contents of every box are scanned and loaded onto a file server. At this point, no one knows the identity of each document, what information it contains, or what retention policies should be applied to it.

Haystac software analyzes the files, then performs document identification, separation and classification using its unique visual recognition methods. Document contents are also extracted to enable future searching or data mining. Haystac can also identify ROT (Redundant, Obsolete, Trivial) files for disposition. The results are passed into the company’s information governance solution and prepared for cloud-based access by the customer.

“This leading information management services company selected us because our AI visual recognition produced image classification performance and results that were remarkably better than the competition,” remarked Barak Tshivkin, CEO and co-founder of Haystac. “Haystac practically eliminates the need for humans to insert separator sheets between documents or perform other document preparation before scanning.”

He added, “We were also selected because the customer has plans to expand the offering to manage electronically stored information (ESI). We were the only company that can handle both scanned and born-digital documents with the same engine and at the enormous scale of this customer’s operation.”

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