Service Provider, Netherlands
Industry: Heritage Institutes
Project involved capturing and processing data from heritage institutes and upload it on client’s webbased application.
- We had to collect institute’s contact information from two different types of cards – Typed and Handwritten. Handwritten cards consisted of mainly cursive writing; making readability a challenge.
- Maintaining data quality through accurate and consistent data entry, and upload it on the web application within a given time-frame.
- We categorize cards consisting contact information for error-free scanning and indexing of the data.
- Applied double key in method to ensure flawless data capture.
- By capturing accurate contact information, we enabled the client to get a streamlined database, which they can access and retrieve anytime.
- Leveraging latest technology, we delivered flawless outputs within a quick turnaround time, subsequently reducing any expenses, caused to delays.
- We received initial inputs in form of hard-copies, our team further categorized the cards to avoid any confusions. Experts applied “double keying method”.
- Since readability was an issue, we thoroughly reviewed card to look for any missing entries or unclear data.
- Any card with missing unclear or information was crosschecked with the client to ensure the information, we enter is correct.
- We scanned the cards and categorize them into typed and handwritten, to ensure an effective indexing.
- Applying “double- keying method”; we entered the captured data within the web-based application. This was done to flawless data.
- Further to make sure the records are free from any error or empty field; a team of quality controllers was deployed. These quality controllers went through very entry rigorously.
- In case of discrepancies, it was forwarded to the concerned team for rectification.
- Lastly, before we dispatched the final output, we again audited the file to any chances of error or inconsistencies.