1. Objective coding
The basic purpose of coding is to organize a collection of information into a database and retrieving the same, as and when necessary. We have a well-defined process to analyse and understand the project specifications. This helps the team to understand clients’ requirements and execute assignments both efficiently and accurately.
The fields for objective coding generally include (1) Begin Bates, (2) End Bates, (3) Document Type, (4) Document Title, (5) Document Date, (6) Date Estimated, (7) Author, (8) Recipient, (9) Copies, (10) Document Characteristics and (11) Names mentioned within text. However, the fields may be different subject to clients’ requirements.
2. Subjective coding
Subjective Coding is a more comprehensive coding process in addition to the objective coding that includes keywords and relevant data coding from the document text. Such coding is flexible and specific to client requirements.