Develop powerful document imaging applications with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging. Features include advanced PDF viewing and editing, comprehensive image annotation, specialized bitonal image display and image processing.
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.
FalconRED™ combines the most efficient envelope opening and extraction unit on the market, the OPEX Model 72 ™ Rapid Extraction Desk, with OPEX’s latest high-volume production scanning technology. FalconRED is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting of digital mail center workflow challenges.
The LEADTOOLS Document Imaging Suite SDK is a comprehensive 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, HTML5 Zero-footprint viewing, print capture, archival, annotation and display functionality.
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.
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.
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.
Traditionally, exceptions handling has been dealt with as a post-scanning problem. Images are pushed downstream from the scanner as quickly as possible and poor quality images or incorrect data must be corrected by a knowledge worker and/or an expensive data capture or enterprise content management system. But this process likely means a more expensive person will lose productivity trying to fix it.
The recession has forced organizations to look for new ways to reduce expenses and drive efficiency. And, the fact is, most organizations could be making better use of their operations infrastructure.
United Acceptance Inc. (UAI) is a financial organization, founded in 1991, that provides capital and servicing solutions to automobile dealerships that have a “buy here, pay here” operation, finance companies, and independent finance companies.
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.
There is no doubt that imaging technologies such as forms recognition and optical character recognition (OCR) have revolutionized the way companies do business, and have freed up countless man-hours from the tedious and error-prone task of data entry. However, these technologies still rely on the assumption that the data will be located in the same place on every document.
A Q&A With Tim Buhr, director of field services at OPEX Corporation.
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.
Throughput, the quantity of raw material or information processed or communicated in a given time, can either hamper or help an organization.
Predictive coding shows us where e-discovery technology wishes it could go: total automation. Encode a complete legal mind into a software program, load up the discovery portfolio, count to ten, and out pop coded, annotated, redacted production files.
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.