By integrating Document Filters into its platform, DryvIQ gained several benefits that helped it achieve its business goals:
Developer-friendly interface for a headache-free integration
DryvIQ needed a solution that easily integrated with its existing technology and process. “Doc Filters’ API is very developer friendly,” said Shaun Becker, chief architect at DryvIQ. “It made Document Filters easy to use and integrate with our products.”
Other options on the market were not as developer friendly, Becker said. Apache Tika, which is Java-based, would have required a separately maintained environment. It also didn’t have the level of performance testing and variety of file formats needed. Oracle’s Outside In Technology would have required custom coding to embed into DryvIQ’s products, whereas Document Filters’ native .NET API offered a simple integration.
Faster processing times with support for more file formats
With 600 supported file types, Document Filters outperformed the competition and DryvIQ’s current in-house solution in terms of breadth of document content detection capabilities, said Ryan Record, Product Marketing Director at DryvIQ. Document Filters was also able to inspect and process files much faster than before.
Scalable and reliable performance
“The performance and scale of Hyland’s Document Filters exceeds our expectations,” Becker said. “It accesses the content quickly and with a small footprint, so as we scale the number of files we process, Hyland isn’t a bottleneck.”