@ronanpeter with regard to Kofax, there are two possible approaches. One is well-suited for transactional processing - that would be via Kofax Real-Time Transformation Interface, which essentially is classification and extraction via a RESTful service. Kofax would return field data as JSON, allowing you to parse and process them further in UiPath. Here’s a sample response:
You can use the HTTP Request activity to call the service, and Deserialize JSON to parse data returned by it.
The other approach is better for high-volume processing, and it’s required if you want to do any sanity checks (i.e. data validation and correction done by humans). This can either be done by using Kofax Capture along with Kofax Transformation, or Kofax TotalAgility. Integration can be done either via SOAP web service calls, yet Kofax can also import data coming from miscellaneous sources (such as email, folder, fax).
@Gaurav_Sharma I’m not sure if I understand the integration you had in mind. Since FlexiCapture can import documents from various sources as well such as folders or email boxes, where and when does UiPath come into play?