No. In the case of multiple classifications on the same document, we return the first classification following the order described above.
Example: If the document has both an invoice and a receipt the sub-type will be invoice.
Yes, All the documents that don’t have an indication of the supplier, recipient and values are rejected as "not included in the license".
Only readable data (fields) is extracted. If it’s not readable we return the field as empty
No. DocDigitizer PowerCapture only extracts line items when they are presented in a tabular format on the document layout. For any other layout they will be returned empty.
No. DocDigitizer PowerCapture extracts the first line of each line item and only if it has a value to pay associated with.
All taxes that are presented on the document layout in the tax breakdown table.
Examples: VAT, GST, CGST, DPH, TVA, IVA.
Taxes presented outside the tax breakdown table, may not be properly extracted.
What we extract:
If there’s multiple tax lines in the tax breakdown table, how does DocDigitizer PowerCapture return the Item Rate and Item Tax on the description lines?
DocDigitizer PowerCapture returns the values if the Item Rate and Item tax are determined for each line.
If there’s only one Tax Rate on the tax breakdown table, how does DocDigitizer PowerCapture return the Item Rate and Item Tax on the description lines?
DocDigitizer PowerCapture applies the same Tax Rate to each line description.
What if there’s only one line description, what it’s introduced in the fields Tax Rate and Item Tax?
DocDigitizer PowerCapture can extract the information from the tax breakdown table because it’s only one line description.
When there’s a tax exemption in the document, what values are introduced in the fields regarding taxes?
In this case, DocDigitizer PowerCapture returns the values as 0.
DocDigitizer PowerCapture returns the value exactly how it is in the document (could be positive or negative.)
We use standard currency acronyms:
- If € we return EUR
- If $ we return USD
- If £ we return GBP
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