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.
Develop robust PACS Imaging applications with LEADTOOLS PACS Imaging.
LEADTOOLS PDF Pro includes everything developers need to read, write, view (as raster) and edit PDF files with advanced capabilities such as the extraction of text, images, hyperlinks and metadata, updating, splitting and merging pages from existing PDF documents, converting to PDF/A as a real document, linearization, and reducing PDF document size with the LEADTOOLS PDF Optimizer.
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.
LEADTOOLS Barcode Pro includes everything developers need to detect, read and write over 100 different 1D and 2D barcode types and sub-types such as UPC, EAN, Code 128, QR Code, Data Matrix, and PDF417.
The combination of razor-thin margins, heightened compliance and security requirements, and ever-increasing customer service requirements are putting a strain on the document processing operations of financial services organizations such as banks, insurers, mortgage lenders and brokerage firms.
Headlines about security breaches are commonplace. A company is hacked by someone and exposes sensitive information. Other times an employee accidentally leaves a laptop or thumb drive out in public. Regardless of the circumstance, companies that use scan and capture technology must be aware of how liable they are for data breach issues and must implement security features to protect their data.
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.
The University of Notre Dame works to maintain productive relationships with students from day one – and effectively managing student information is a big part of that initiative.
NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership is using three ibml ImageTrac-Lite scanners to process in excess of 30 million pages a year, including prescriptions and various other health related documentation.
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.
Although Bush Brothers and Company’s high-volume financial processes were almost all EDI-driven, its AP and AR departments were engulfed in paper.
From environmental procedures to compliance initiatives, wood and wood product manufacturer Universal Forest Products (UFP) is no stranger to complex, changeable processes. However, the way UFP’s business units were managing many of those processes – via shared spreadsheets, aging Access databases and manual tracking – was less than ideal.
Software that is inexpensive, upgrades automatically and offers unlimited storage is usually a welcome choice for any IT professional -- especially when a change is unwanted, but necessary, due to discontinued support and a platform at the threshold of maximum capacity.
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 security of information assets is increasingly on the corporate agenda. Massive data leaks and lost patient records grabbed headlines in the past year and served as a wake-up call to many organizations.
Sharp HealthCare is a not-for-profit regional healthcare system that serves a population of about 3 million people in San Diego County, California. It includes four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals, two medical groups, and a range of other facilities and services. Sharp has 2,087 beds and about 16,000 employees—in addition to nearly 4,200 staff and medical group physicians—and reported $3 billion in revenue in its latest fiscal year.