Following the opening of an R&D subsidiary in St. Petersburg, and the release of product for the Cyrillic language, A2iA sees potential in Russia as a growing market for data recognition and workflow automation
A2iA announced recently that Russia is its newest market of entry. The company officially opened a research and development subsidiary in St. Petersburg more than four years ago, and released its proprietary handwriting and text recognition software for the Cyrillic language in 2017. Following initial prospection engagements, A2iA sees potential in Russia as a growing market for data recognition and workflow automation among financial institutions, the administration and interior affairs, as well as with software integrators and developers.
“A2iA is proud to announce that Russia its newest commercial zone, expanding our footprint and diversifying our go-to-market strategy,” said Jean-Louis Fages, A2iA President & Chairman of the Board. “A2iA prides itself at being at the forefront of recognition software, and we look forward to showcasing our cursive handwriting and machine printed data recognition capabilities to organizations within this new market.”