New York - A2iA, the worldwide leading developer of handwritten and machine printed text recognition, information extraction and intelligent classification of paper documents, announced recently it was named a finalist for KMWorld magazine's KM Promise Award for its A2iA DocumentReader™ toolkit. Each year this award recognizes organizations that deliver promise by providing innovative technology solutions to their customers, who in turn see real-world successes in the areas of knowledge management and improved business processes.
"A2iA provides the unique ability to work with documents containing freeform handwriting that traditional recognition engines cannot, saving organizations invaluable processing time and operating costs," said Jean-Louis Fages, A2iA President and Chairman of the Board. "With worldwide successes, A2iA DocumentReader has proven itself to be the key to unlocking valuable cursive and printed information in content management, knowledge management and workflow systems. We are honored that KMWorld has recognized us for these achievements."
A2iA DocumentReader, a document classification and data extraction API, utilizes A2iA's proprietary artificial intelligence and neural network to allow for the classification and customized extraction of large volumes of unstructured, handwritten letters and semi-structured fields.
Earlier this year, KMWorld named A2iA DocumentReader a Trend Setting Product of the Year for the second consecutive year, and A2iA among 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management for the second consecutive year.
A2iA DocumentReader Availability
A2iA DocumentReader has successfully been deployed worldwide and is available to service bureaus and other software developers for integration into various business process management, content management, knowledge management, document capture, e-discovery, workflow and OCR/ICR applications.
A2iA, Artificial Intelligence and Image Analysis, is a software company that operates one of the world's largest research centers focusing on ways to extract information from everyday paper documents that contain handwritten information. A2iA's Document Classification, OCR, ICR and IWR technologies have been reducing data-entry costs and improving business process automation for nearly 20 years. A2iA recognition engines are used to enhance the forms-processing, transaction-processing, content management, document management, and knowledge management systems from leading vendors.
SOURCE: A2iA Corporation