This paper presents a study showing the benefits of the EfficientNet models compared with heavier Convolutional Neural Networks in the Document Classification task, essential problem in the digitalization process of institutions . We show in the RVL-CDIP dataset that we can improve previous results with a much lighter model and present its transfer learning capabilities on a smaller in-domain dataset such as Tobacco3482 . We also show that the batch size can be effectively increased without hindering its accuracy so that the training process can be sped up by parallelizing throughout multiple GPUs, decreasing the computational time needed . Lastly, we expose the training performance differences between PyTorch and Tensorflow Deep Learning frameworks. We show that

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