New Version of SmartOCR Has Been Released
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Written by Jenny Curtis   

SmartSoft, one of the leading providers of optical character recognition (OCR), document capture and conversion software solutions, recently announced several major enhancements to its professional desktop OCR software for optical character recognition, Smart OCR.

Smartsoft Invoices offers full or partial integration of its functionality
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Written by supernova   
Monday, 29 July 2013

2013, July 25 - SmartSoft, a leading provider of innovative optical character recognition (OCR), document capture and conversion software solutions, announces that its product SmartSoft Invoices can be custom-designed to offer full or partial integration into the mechanism of invoice processing. As a result, companies can fully automate their invoice processing, starting from scanning all the way to ERP system integration, or they can only incorporate parts of SmartSoft Invoices capacity such as electronic archiving of invoices.

SmartSoft Invoices is an invoice automation solution, specifically designed to answer the needs of the accounts payable department. It enables users to automate the operations of scanning, data entry, validation and classification. Furthermore, the program can be made compatible with the users' ERP or accounting system, which makes the validation of vendors, item categories and more, quite easy. Overall Smartsoft Invoices helps businesses speed up their invoice processing, optimize resources and save time and money.

QuickStudy: Optical Character Recognition
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Written by Sami Lais   
Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Computerworld - Suppose you wanted to digitize the novel Moby Dick overnight. You could stay up all night typing and still not finish. Or you could use a high-end scanner and in minutes scan all of author Herman Melville's works into a computer using optical character recognition (OCR) technology.

This is the technology long used by libraries and government agencies to make lengthy documents quickly available electronically. Advances in OCR technology have spurred its increasing use by enterprises.

CVISION Releases Trapeze for Invoice Processing 3.0
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Written by joe X   
Thursday, 20 June 2013

CVISION Technologies releases Trapeze for Invoice Processing 3.0, an Accounts Payable Automation solution proven to reduce costs for organizations of any size


CVISION Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of software to optimize document-driven workflows and business processes, announced today the release of Trapeze for Invoice Processing 3.0.


CVISION’s Trapeze for Invoice Processing streamlines and automates the process of manually entering data from incoming invoices. By automating the accounts payable process, organizations are able to lower costs by reducing time and errors associated with manual data entry. Trapeze for Invoice Processing 3.0 differentiates itself with the highest (OCR) recognition rates available, as well as advanced machine learning technology to continuously improve data extraction. Trapeze for Invoice Processing optimizes the accounts payable department and allows organizations of any size to realize a tangible ROI within a short period of time.

Kofax Receives United States Patent for Smart Facsimile Routing
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Written by irina   
Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Irvine, CA June 11, 2013 – Kofax® plc (LSE: KFX), a leading provider of smart process applications for the business critical First Mile™ of customer interactions, today reported it has been issued patent number 8,451,475 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The patent covers technology that sends a receipt confirmation for a fax not only to the origin of the fax, but potentially to other recipients based on the content of the fax. The technology was invented to improve the efficiency of fax communications, enabling organizations to improve the speed, accuracy and reliability of information and communications.


“This technology adds intelligence to fax transmissions and confirmations, making the First Mile of business smarter,” said Anthony Macciola, Chief Technology Officer at Kofax. “For example, if the keyword ‘claim’ appears on the fax and some supporting evidence indicates that the fax is indeed a claim document, then a confirmation could be sent to both the sender of the fax and the claims department.”



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