New at Konfuzio: Oracle Database Integration & further features

How does the latest Konfuzio server update change the landscape of Intelligent document processing software?

We are very excited to announce our new features, which have been developed in response to the evolving needs of our current 4,435 active users. These include an enhanced foundation for On-Premises, Private Cloud and all those users who have installed Konfuzio standalone, and who can now choose Oracle Database as the capitalized database for the Konfuzio server alongside the existing Postgres option. In addition, there are changes to the Konfuzio DVUI and more.

Compatibility with Oracle DB

With the latest release, both on-premises users and independent users of Konfuzio have the choice of which database they want to use for the server. The Konfuzio server uses a database to provide data. Previously, only Postgres was compatible. This is a great advantage for users and partners who already use Oracle DB, as they can now integrate the Konfuzio Server even more easily into their existing infrastructure.

The introduction of Oracle Database compatibility reflects our commitment to meeting the different database preferences of our users.

This advancement underscores Konfuzio's commitment to delivering adaptable, seamless solutions in diverse enterprise environments.

Changing the visibility of label sets in the Konfuzio DVUI

In order to continuously increase the user-friendliness of the Konfuzio DVUI, we have optimized the user interface (UI). This makes it easier to see all label sets for a document at a glance when checking it. For some document categories, the number of label sets and labels can easily grow immeasurably. To make it easier for users to get an overview and find their way around the document, the labels within the label sets can be shown and hidden in the new version.

Hiding the labels of label sets proves to be extremely useful if you want to get an overview of all label sets within a document.

Once the user has found the correct label set, they can expand the label set and continue the granular revision of the labels within it. Here is a quick run through of this function:

Label Sets DVUI Release Konfuzio

Changed performance when deleting a project

You no longer have to wait to delete a project. From the user's point of view, this is now all done at a glance. We have implemented a so-called "soft deletion" in the backend, i.e. the project is first moved to a virtual recycle bin and the actual "hard deletion" takes place 30 days after the user has completed the deletion process. As part of our Data Governance and GDPR compliance, this approach not only increases user-friendliness, but also enables the project to be restored within the 30-day period. The modified performance when deleting a project can also be configured for customer-specific installations.

Perspective with opinion

The IDP market is in a state of flux with the integration of Large Language Models (LLMs) and advanced AI that enables the processing of complex narrative documents such as emails and contracts. This evolution, driven by the need for deeper interpretation of different types of data, is transforming the industry and marks a significant step towards a smarter and more comprehensive Document Management. For more information, read the opinion piece by Konfuzio's CEO Christopher Helm on the official IDP community website.

Interested in the opinion of the CEO of Konfuzio? Follow the link to the official website of the IDP Community.

IDP Community Digital Darwinism CEO Konfuzio

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