Brainware Customers to Benefit from More Accurate Document Scanning, “Fast Mode” Processing, and Other Enhancements
Palo Alto, CA, June 12, 2007 – Brainware, Inc., whose IDC-distiller™ product provides high-speed, intelligent data capture and automated processing of any type of document, is one of the first companies in its market sector to deploy on a worldwide scale a solution incorporating the 8th version of the ABBYY® FineReader® Engine SDK. The FineReader Engine SDK provides highly accurate optical character recognition (OCR) technology for conversion of scanned documents and images into text. Brainware® customers will benefit from recent innovations delivered by the FineReader Engine, including significantly enhanced OCR accuracy and functionality, particularly for processing lower-quality documents and images, as well as a variety of image preprocessing, document analysis, and recognition tuning options.
The announcement reflects a continuation of Brainware’s integration with ABBYY software for OCR, first begun with earlier versions of IDC-distiller.
“ABBYY’s best-of-breed OCR technologies help our customers to fully leverage IDC-distiller for fast, accurate data extraction and document processing,” says Carl Mergele, Brainware CEO. “By integrating ABBYY technologies within our product, we ensure that IDC-distiller maintains its competitive edge and provides unrivaled levels of extraction.”
“Brainware is an innovative company committed to delivering market-driving technologies,” commented Jupp Stoepetie, CEO, ABBYY Europe. “They are a great partner who truly understands the market and we are pleased they have chosen ABBYY’s OCR technology to incorporate with their cutting-edge system.”
IDC-distiller, Brainware’s Intelligent Data Capture (IDC) solution, provides automatic, high-speed capture of critical data from image documents and other electronic formats. IDC-distiller then exports that data to corporate software platforms such as SAP, Oracle, Peoplesoft, JD Edwards and others, or to document management and archival systems such as Documentum, Filenet, OpenText, and Stellent.
ABBYY’s intelligent OCR technology provides highly accurate recognition of scanned documents and document image files into text files suitable for search, archiving, and classification functions. In addition to its powerful OCR, the FineReader Engine SDK offers ICR, OMR and barcode recognition technologies as well as advanced PDF conversion, image pre- and post-processing, document layout analysis, and support for zonal or field level recognition. With the broadest language coverage, the ABBYY’s SDK supports over 190 languages for OCR, including the most recent additions of Thai and Hebrew, and 92 languages for ICR.
With the FineReader Engine, Brainware users will benefit from several significant enhancements to the ABBYY OCR solution, including:
About Brainware®: Brainware, Inc. provides Global 2000 corporations and government agencies with fast, structure-free access to critical information locked in the growing avalanche of organizational databases, emails, document archives, images, and file servers. Headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia, Brainware maintains global sales and support operations through its North American, U.K. and European offices. For more, see http://www.brainware.com/.
About ABBYY: ABBYY is a leading developer of document recognition, document conversion, data capture and linguistics technologies. ABBYY products range from end user OCR and document conversion applications to a full SDK for licensing ABBYY technologies. Companies that license ABBYY recognition technologies include Anoto, Banctec, EPSON, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, Kurzweil, NewSoft, Notable Solutions, Panasonic, Siemens Nixdorf, Stellent, and Toshiba. ABBYY is headquartered in Moscow with offices in Germany, Japan, the UK, the USA, and Ukraine. For more information, please visit http://www.abbyy.com/.
Brainware is a registered trademark, and IDC-distiller a trademark, of Brainware, Inc. ABBYY, ABBYY Logo, and FineReader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of ABBYY Software Ltd. Other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners and are hereby recognized.
Greg Friedmann, APR Director, Marketing