A2iA Corporation, a leading provider of document analysis and data extraction technology, recently announced that its software, A2iA DocumentReader, a document classification and data extraction API, has been selected by several high-profile users in North America and Europe. These successful installations make A2iA DocumentReader the leading document classification and data extraction engine on the market, and make A2iA Corp. a recognized leader in the document classification space.
"A2iA is being effective in leveraging its handwriting pattern recognition expertise in high-volume applications for mailrooms and document classification," said Harvey Spencer, president of Harvey Spencer Associates, the leading consulting firm in the document imaging space. "These first A2iA DocumentReader installations put A2iA in a position where they are demonstrating understanding and control over truly unstructured paper document processing."
A2iA DocumentReader uses new techniques to analyze a group of documents together, such as the contents of an envelope or folder. This holistic approach helps to ensure that each document is classified accurately and identifies missing required documentation for a transaction, resulting in the ability to make more efficient decisions on the information that should be indexed and ensuring the appropriate data from handwritten and machine-printed pages is extracted.
Proven to resolve some of the toughest challenges in content management today – unstructured document processing and the extraction of handwritten cursive data – A2iA DocumentReader has been trusted with the following installations:
What sets A2iA DocumentReader apart is that it understands how documents are used and what role they play. This first-ever automated data capture and keyword-spotting software for structured and unstructured documents allows for the classification and extraction of the contents in large volumes of handwritten letters and loosely structured fields within forms. A2iA DocumentReader has proven itself to be the key to unlocking valuable cursive and printed information in content management, knowledge management and workflow systems. Handwritten data previously excluded from traditional forms processing and records management applications is now included in the classification and extraction process.
"A2iA has their finger squarely on what people truly want from an electronic document management solution, and that is indexing simplicity," said Raimund Wasner, managing director of The Rheinner Group, the leading authority specializing in document management, imaging and workflow. "Whether you have 10 or 10 million documents, the speed at which you can index, extract and classify documents (especially those with handwriting on them) is the hallmark of a cost-effective solution."
A2iA DocumentReader is available to service bureaus and other software developers for integration into various business process management, content management, document capture, e-discovery, and OCR/ICR applications. For more information, call 917.237.0390 or visit www.a2ia.com.
A2iA is the leading provider of tools for document analysis and handwritten data extraction from paper documents. By allowing users to process documents automatically in the payment, mail, document and forms processing markets, its advanced Intelligent Word Recognition (IWR) and document classification technologies have been helping paper-intensive industries reduce data entry costs and improve business process automation for over 16 years. A2iA's recognition engines include their OCR, ICR and IWR technologies, coupled with their image analysis, artificial intelligence and neural network systems, to enhance solutions from the world's leading systems integrators and independent software vendors. For more information: www.a2ia.com.
SOURCE: A2iA Corporation