News | June 27, 2016

A2iA Releases Mobile Bill Pay Capabilities: Client-Side Data Capture For Consumer And Corporate Users With A Simple User Experience

Source: A2iA Corporation
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A2iA, an award-winning developer of software for the worldwide data capture, document processing, and payment systems markets, announced recently the availability of mobile bill pay. By simply taking a photo of a remittance coupon, mobile consumer or corporate users can automatically capture remit-to and payer information that can be used to set up a new biller profile within their banking account. This new client-side feature is available within A2iA Mobility™ V5.0, A2iA’s patented software toolkit dedicated to offline mobile data recognition and image analysis.

“A simple user experience is essential to any mobile workflow, especially those that typically would require a user to manually key data, causing increased error and abandonment rates,” said Jean-Louis Fages, A2iA President & Chairman of the Board. “A2iA’s ability to automatically capture an image, and to locate and extract key data on it, enables users to speed their payment and onboarding processes with high levels of data accuracy.”

A2iA Mobility is a software toolkit that supports the automatic capture and recognition of handwritten and printed data from checks, identification cards, passports, receipts and forms. Available for integration into mobile apps, software developers can customize the interface and experience for their specific users. By combining its patented Auto-Locate feature with its offline and client-side functionality, A2iA Mobility delivers a quick and simple user experience, including the ability to automatically locate and capture an image from a video stream when it is found in focus. Then, without any manual keying, all pertinent data is located and extracted directly on the handset – without any data connection or Wi-Fi.

About A2iA
A2iA, Artificial Intelligence and Image Analysis, is the worldwide leading developer of handwritten and machine printed text recognition, information extraction and intelligent document classification toolkits. By enhancing solutions from systems integrators and independent software vendors, A2iA allows complex and cursive data from all forms, documents and checks including unstructured handwritten letters, to become part of a structured database, making it searchable and reportable, with the same level of flexibility of printed or digital data. For more information, visit www.a2ia.com.

SOURCE: A2iA Corporation