Features in FormXtra 5.3 and FormXtra Capture 5.3 help companies to obtain content from more sources, process more data types, broaden enablement of mobile technologies, enhance customer service
Diagnostic Imaging Europe – This article describes an independent assessment of the clinical performance of a Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) software system comparing screening mammography with and without CAD. The results show that both sensitivity and specificity were increased when radiologists reviewed mammography cases with the help of CAD.
Parascript’s FormXtra Capture offers even more robust capture, classification, and recognition capabilities available to VARs to help businesses streamline document processing
Integration enables recognition of cursive, as well as hand-printed, information from paper forms, giving document intensive organizations such as enterprises and governments low-cost access to often untapped information
Transaction Directory – In working with solution providers, banks and others, we think a big trend for 2013, and beyond, will be the emergence of, what we refer to as, an integrated receivables hub.
Parascript’s software helps integrators, resellers validate the presence of fields on French cheques, in accordance with The Monetary and Financial Code to prevent fraud, and automates full recognition of information on financial documents with award-winning technology
Credit Union Journal – In business speed and accuracy are necessary to remain competitive, yet the critical function of receivables management often gets overwhelmed in sheer volumes of paper and data flows. Checks are a big reason why.
Leading recognition technology provider establishes sales office in Chennai, India in response to increased demand from financial institutions, business process outsourcers and business partners/technology integrators for cheque and forms processing automation
FormXtra SDK 5.0 automatically recognizes form type, hand and machine print and cursive writing on semi-structured and structured forms, helping organizations to more easily extract valuable information, reduce manual labor costs and speed business response times
Channel Insider Canada took part in a recent webinar presentation with Doug Miles, director of market intelligence for AIIM, and Dwayne Ritchie, SVP of sales and marketing for Parascript, to learn more about the survey results, how businesses can better manage their forms and information, and how channel partners can take advantage of developments in […]
Hand-printed and cursive data on forms is often left untapped, an opportunity for businesses to better manage content and for solution providers to help them to do so, says research from industry leaders
Software from leading handprint and cursive recognition technology provider to be integrated into Synapses’ document capture and enterprise content management offerings, giving organizations greater access to information, often otherwise left untapped, from forms