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  • ABBYY FlexiCapture 11 (Build: is Now Released!

    ABBYY FlexiCapture 11 (Build: is Now Released!

    New build released for ABBYY FlexiCapture 11 (Build:

    Key Features:

    • Interface improvements
    • Sample project enhancements
    • FormDesigner language improvements
    • Document processing adjustments
    • Detection of Vendor VATID field has been improved

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    For more details on the new features, see the Release NotesRelease Notes.

  • Quillix OCR Scanning Software

    Quillix® web document scanning software ocr forms processing
    Quillix® scanning software is a distributed document capture software and process management system that streamlines the process of acquiring and creating documents.  Its innovative Web Client provides scanning, importing and indexing of documents easily from anywhere around the world. With Quillix® Capture, an organization can capture documents easily from anywhere around the world and index large volumes of documents securely and efficiently. Quillix allows the automation of complex capture and indexing tasks using a unique graphical workflow tool, not a static list of workflow events as in competitive systems. Quillix document capture software will import and process email (including attachments), faxes and watched network folders or FTP sites. It can then convert email attachments to image format for archival in a content management system. Finally, Quillix ensure corporate compliance by managing and monitoring incoming documents while easily integrating with third-party and legacy systems. 

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    Quillix OCR Scanning Software Features:

    Quillix® is a powerful, completely web-based document capture and document processing solution. It offers advanced features for your enterprise and is as easy as launching a web browser.  The optional forms processing module features utilize the very latest technologies from our vendors including ABBYY Flexicapture® and FineReader® Engines.  Released in the late 1990's the product is now available in version 5. Quillix® offers a vast set of features including:

  • The Importance of Understanding OCR Processing Sequence Order

    Summary: The extraction order used in an OCR engine is crucial to ensure the usefulness of the future uses of that data.

    In certain instances, a need may arise in a company in which metadata needs to be extracted from a document. This could be the case for documents with a known structure such as an invoice from a certain vendor that always follows a particular layout. In these instances, the metadata may be needed in order to tag the document to facilitate later retrieval especially when the document is committed to a content management system, or the metadata may need to be written into the filename to facilitate locating the document with a simple search in a file system. Finally, the metadata may be needed for use in business systems. For example, a company may desire to extract the invoice number from an invoice and then file the document into their accounting system by using the invoice number as an index value. In the case where only simple index values need to be extracted from a document a regular expression (REGEX) or text search string may be used to extract the text values from a document after the text is obtained from the image file. In those instances when a field name is located and the expected index volume is expected to immediately follow the field name, the ordering of the OCR text is crucial to the successful extraction of the value. Any example will help to illustrate the nature of the problem.

  • Where The "User" Stands With OCR Technology...

    Where The "User" Stands With OCR Technology...

    Automating a business process can entail many things - repurposing staff, changing corporate mindsets, and implementing new technology. Although the idea of this can seem daunting, rest assured that it is well worth the investment after you look at the savings and the assurance of business continuity! This article will focus on the user-based technology, in other words, the software that those who are actually doing the work will use.