June 14, 2010 – This server-based solution for automating document processing in enterprise and service-based environments introduces new batch scanning, efficient indexing and scripting support.
M2.com shared this news in their post, “ABBYY announces availability of Recognition Server 3.0” This is the latest version of ABBYY’s solution for document capture and optical character recognition (OCR). Designed to automatically convert large volumes of paper documents or document images into searchable electronic text suitable for business processes such as document archiving, e-discovery and enterprise search and enable automated, unattended processing that can be centrally managed and accessed from multiple points within the organization or remotely, Recognition Server can connect with a variety of back-end systems and third-party applications with integration via Scripts, XML tickets, a web-service API, or a COM-based.
A more thorough recognition software combined with a strong taxonomy can only enhance the search process and results.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Data Harmony, a unit of Access Innovations, the world leader in indexing and making content findable.