The LEADTOOLS Recognition Imaging SDK is a handpicked collection of LEADTOOLS SDK features designed to build end-to-end document imaging applications within enterprise-level document automation solutions that require OCR, MICR, OMR, ICR, barcode, forms recognition and processing, PDF, print capture, archival, annotation and display functionality.
SoftTrac® Validation is part of ibml’s SoftTrac Capture Suite software and provides organizations with a fast and easy way to validate and repair information such as barcodes, check MICR data or Optical Character Recognition (OCR) data that is captured incorrectly during the scanning process, or not captured at all. SoftTrac Validation has the ability to perform a database lookup to validate or populate other fields. You can also create Key From Image fields to be entered in the Validation Client.
Organizations around the Globe trust A2iA because of our proven ability to drive successful workflow automation and digital file conversion processes at leading businesses worldwide.
Falcon™ combines OPEX’s innovative one-step drop feed scanning with the performance of a high-capacity production scanner, providing the only universal document scanning workstation on the market. Regardless of your document scanning needs, Falcon is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges.
Falcon ™ Transportable, designed for mobile scanning operations, combines OPEX’s innovative one-step drop feed scanning technology with the performance of a high-capacity production scanner. Regardless of your document scanning needs, Falcon Transportable is intended to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges wherever your on-site scanning business takes you.
Globalization, the high rate of content creation, and increasing compliance requirements have accelerated the proliferation of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology. Managing and leveraging the ever-growing amount of content held within these repositories has become an increasing challenge to IT organizations for the last decade.
Throughput, the quantity of raw material or information processed or communicated in a given time, can either hamper or help an organization.
Scan anything, anywhere, any time. That is the dream for many people, and today’s technology is making that a reality. Using a camera such as those on smartphones to capture information provides flexibility and can do things that a traditional scanner cannot.
Tax collection season is the busiest time of year for any municipal tax collection department. Tens of thousands of envelopes that contain checks and payment coupons arrive each week, all of which need to be processed in a timely manner.
The decline of paper documents has caused the market for traditional document retention services to shrink at an alarming rate. But one leading provider of document retention services anticipated this trend and refocused its company five years ago on scanning and document capture services. Since then, the company has grown its scanning and document capture volumes more than 800 percent and expanded its scanning service to six locations across North America, all while improving cycle times, lowering operational costs and increasing its margins. The document retention services company credits its tremendous growth on its decision to standardize on ibml’s software and hardware for scanning and document capture.
How one service provider delivers high quality images of the most 'interesting' documents (for less!)
Throughout time people have been looking for ways to gather information. The invention of the printing press allowed large scale production of documents and printing of the earliest forms. Until the 1980’s information collected from forms was tabulated by hand or manually entered into a computer.
To remain in business as long as East Texas Copy Systems (ETCS), which was established in 1945, you have to be vigilant of industry trends and embrace change. During the 2008 recession, ETCS unquestionably demonstrated these abilities, first by recognizing that copier, printer and paper usage were on the decline. And, secondly, noting that if it wanted to remain relevant, it needed to become an expert in selling the systems and solutions that were replacing its former office staples.
Top priorities for the property and casualty insurance industry.
If you were the largest Property and Casualty insurer in your state with over 170 agent offices and 15 claim locations and needed to automate your paper-based claims process, how would you go about doing it? “Good question,” you say? Well, here’s one good answer.
Knight Office Solutions (KOS) got its start more than 25 years ago supplying and servicing HP ® printers for its customers in the San Antonio, Texas region. Established in 1989, the company saw early success as an HP reseller and service partner, later adding other copier manufacturers into the mix, and opening a second location in Austin.
After half a decade of working out the kinks on free, individual user accounts, major commercial cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Box recently set their sights on the corporate and small-to-medium business (SMB) paid-subscription market.