No. To facilitate the integration, DocDigitizer normalizes some of the fields, based on their content and format. An example of format normalization is dates, values or codes.
Example 1: Aug 15,2019 we return 15/08/2019
Example 2: CHE-114.431.157 we return CHE114431157
Another example of content normalization are fields where DocDigitizer uses third-party data-based to ensure consistency.
Example 3: ABC-CBA & CIA we may return as ABC.CBA & Company being the second one the content of an external trusted data-base.
Also, in the document subtype credit note, we normalize the values from negative to positive.
Yes. In specific field types, we ensure that the format is consistent. A quite good example of that are dates, where DocDigitizer does not return invalid dates being returned as null.
Example 1: “If the date is “01-01-0000” we return the field empty.
No. DocDigitizer only extracts data that is present in the document.
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