Develop robust PACS Imaging applications with LEADTOOLS PACS Imaging.
A2iA TextReader™ features a new and innovative technology, allowing for a simple and new approach to full text transcription. Its state-of-the-art recognition toolkits have been designed with one goal in mind – to help businesses access more data, extract more actionable intelligence and produce more profitable returns from their document conversion and information automation processes.
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.
ibml’s SoftTrac® ScanDS is a scanning solution that enables organizations to centralize information management, leverage a common interface across their scanners, and take advantage of optional in-line OCR, barcode recognition and document classification capabilities previously only available on ibml’s ImageTrac® scanners.
Streamlined workflows. Tangible results. Miles ahead of the comptetition.
SharePoint 2013 is the fourth major incarnation of SharePoint in the last 10 years, and as we will see, some organizations find themselves supporting live versions of all four. Although not really its original purpose, SharePoint has had a major impact on the overall reach of document management and ECM compared to the deployment of earlier systems.
In the fast and demanding sector of Business Process Outsourcing, award-winning Parseq is simply par excellence. Established 40 years ago, the company has evolved in to a highly respected major player with offices in Yorkshire, London and Glasgow. The Parseq portfolio crosses the business spectrum from high value global brands to SMEs embracing front and back of office outsourced procedures including customer acquisition, retention and service, product fulfillment and delivery, client invoicing, billing & collections.
Data Protection laws and regulations across the EU govern the storage and processing of data that would allow an individual to be recognised. They are intended to address the risks around privacy and data loss, and to provide a framework for good information governance.
Mobile banking, and specifically mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC), has become a requirement for banks, credit unions, and corporations alike, regardless of their vertical market of focus or whether they are working within the B2C or B2B space.
Government and military organizations today are stretched perilously between contradictory and intensifying priorities.
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.
Margins for most service providers are razor thin. Many are asking: how can we add new, breakthrough value to customers? What new sources of revenue can we tap? Many are turning to Managed Services. In doing so, they are generating new, recurring revenue from services that complement their core business and add significant value to customers. It’s a win-win strategy.
Recent research conducted by IBM, Gartner and Merrill Lynch has reached the conclusion that roughly 80 percent of data in companies today is semistructured or unstructured.
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.
How one service provider delivers high quality images of the most 'interesting' documents (for less!)
Most companies send and receive a wide variety of documents, and converting those documents into formats that can easily be annotated, stored and retrieved has become an increasingly complex and time consuming task. Developing the software tools necessary to perform these conversions has become equally complex.
Every day, Yahoo! Mail users send and receive millions of attachments. The most common ones are either Adobe PDFs or Microsoft Office documents such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint. In order to read these documents, users have to download them and use the corresponding desktop software to open them up.