Cloud-based intelligent data capture and control software released by Utopia Global

Utopia Global, Inc., a data solutions company focusing on end-to-end data quality, data migration, and data governance software solutions, has launched a new cloud-based intelligent software platform, Intelligent Data Capture and Control (IDCC).

IDCC is Utopia’s new cloud-based master data enrichment and governance solution. It provides asset-intensive organisations with an automated, easily deployable suite to rapidly improve the quality of asset master data in their SAP or non-SAP maintenance systems of record.

“Utopia is thrilled to continue our co-innovation with the SAP Asset Management team, IDCC being our newest contribution to the SAP Intelligent Asset Management solution. This release of IDCC provides access to our robust machine learning engine for creating high quality material and asset master data from multiple sources, including unstructured content,” said Arvind J. Singh, chairman and CEO of Utopia Global, Inc.

Arvind J. Singh

IDCC uniquely leverages optical character recognition, Utopia’s advanced machine learning code, intelligent online web search, and document search. Beginning simply with only a photo of a manufacturer’s nameplate, IDCC can produce complete and accurate material and asset information.

Manufacturer and model data is organised in ISO-14224 standards and can be delivered via a variety of easy-to-integrate methods, including SAP Asset Intelligence Network. The cloud-based nature of IDCC enables cost-effective, rapid deployments by large and small organisations alike. IDCC can be deployed in pure cloud environments, such as SAP Intelligent Asset Management, or hybrid deployments using SAP Master Data Governance, enterprise asset management extension by Utopia.

For more information on Utopia’s Intelligent Data Capture and Control (IDCC) software and other Utopia software, click here.

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