June 10, 2014, LONGMONT, Colo. – Parascript ®, LLC, a leading document capture company, is announcing three new partners for its handwriting and signature recognition technology in the IT, document, and content management fields. The alliances coincide with increased interest in Parascript’s technology, as more and more organizations seek advanced data capture and handwriting recognition solutions.
Parascript’s new partners include:
- Docassist, a leading cloud-based document management and workflow automation company, providing document management and process automation tools to help organizations enhance operating performance and improve transactional efficiency. Docassist operates as a secure, multi-tenant document management platform that helps organizations automate paper-intensive, manual processes such as accounts payable, sales orders, and the preparation of quotations for goods and services. “We are currently using Parascript to speed accounts payable automation, and are excited about leveraging the software in other ways to capture information,” Stan Santiago, Chief Technology Officer for Docassist.
- Doc I Group, a leading systems integrator and software developer in the content management industry. Doc I Group supports Fortune 500 customers worldwide, working with best-of-breed software products to provide complete, enterprise solutions for automating the capture and processing of information throughout the entire organization. The company specializes in multi-channel capture, business process automation, case management, analytics and integration to LOB applications.
- Tallega Software, which specializes in helping mortgage, trust, government, higher education and medical companies automate virtually any business process with document scanning, document management, and workflow solutions that deliver measurable productivity and efficiency improvements. “Tallega prides itself on providing world-leading technology solutions for our customers. Parascript offers handwriting recognition that is far more advanced than others we’ve tested. That, combined with a channel-friendly model and an aggressive demand generation campaign, made our decision easy,” said Derek Gerber, Senior Account Executive, Tallega.
The new alliances are expected to further fuel Parascript’s partner program, which includes leading software vendors and solution providers who provide best-of-breed technologies to Fortune 500 companies, major government and financial institutions around the globe. Parascript – drawing on a long history of handprint and cursive recognition technology – has also significantly ramped up product development, providing partners with more opportunities to leverage its technology.
“At Parascript we are experiencing increased momentum for our partner program,” said Dwayne Ritchie, Parascript’s senior vice president of sales and marketing. “We see this as a result of advanced document capture and handwritten recognition technology becoming even more critical as organizations seek to better leverage ‘dark data’ and other information, such as signatures and handwriting, not being captured from forms, applications, receipts and documents throughout organizations, as uncovered in a recent study with AIIM.”
Meanwhile, partnering with Parascript will help companies like Document Imaging Group (Doc I Group) streamline the signature authentication process for the banking and medical industries.
“We are excited to begin our partnership with Parascript to integrate their signature verification software in our existing solutions and services,” said Jonathan Roth, president of Doc I Group. “With automated verification we can be sure our solutions are more secure, and even more accurate.”
About Parascript, LLC
A leading document capture company, Parascript develops solutions that read information from forms and documents. The company’s advanced recognition technology processes virtually any document format and text type (handprint, machine print, cursive, marks and more), providing fast, reliable access to information and transactions. Fortune 500 companies, postal operators (including the U.S. Postal Service), major government and financial institutions rely on Parascript software, which is distributed through its OEM and value added reseller networks, including partners such as IBM, EMC, Bell and Howell, Fiserv, Selex Elsag, Lockheed Martin, NCR, Siemens, and Burroughs. www.parascript.com