IDP for Robotic Process Automation Software

Parascript IDP software integrates with and enables RPA with document processing skills: use machine learning to create your own skills or use pre-trained skills. Parascript’s self-learning capabilities, called Smart Learning, puts the power of a team of data scientists and machine learning experts in your hands.

Smart Learning enables you to easily train and deploy skills to perform a variety of document-oriented tasks. Once trained, skills are contained in portable files that are easy to distribute and deploy.

Train Skills for Specific Projects or Create Skills

Train skills for specific projects or create generic skills that can be used universally. There is no need to deal with skill optimization and no need to manage confidence scores and thresholds. Smart Learning curates background data, analyzes it to ensure validity, and will automatically adjust parameters to optimize data output. Smart Learning-based skills continue to adapt and improve once in production.

Broadest Document and Data Type Support

Smart Learning provides the broadest document and data type support in the industry. From forms to unstructured documents that contain text, handwriting, cursive, stamps, signatures, and other complex data, Smart Learning automates a wide variety of tasks. Smart Learning is available as an SDK and supports tight integrations using an extensive run-time API. Add the most reliable and capable intelligent document processing to your solutions.

Advanced Handwriting Recognition

Integrate Parascript IDP software and enable your Robotic Process Automation implementation to classify, locate, extract and verify handwritten data including cursive regardless of whether it is on a structured form or completely unstructured such as patient correspondence. With Parascript Intelligent Document Processing, achieve the highest accuracy levels in the industry today and gain true straight through processing for your handwritten documents.

Moving Beyond OCR and ICR to Enable RPA

Parascript self-learning document automation moves beyond OCR and ICR software capabilities so you process structured, semi-structured and unstructured documents—including handwritten data—from mobile, fax, fileshare, email, scanners and more in a single workflow. It’s single stream, straight-through processing no matter what your documents. With Parascript Smart Learning automated document mapping and self-learning software, you get to focus on your data analysis and no longer have to spend time configuring the system.

Handwritten Forms Data Extraction Using FieldXpert.AI
Parascript FieldXpert.AI

Easily add a new skill to your Robotic Process Automation

With over 25 years in the domain of complex recognition, FieldXpert.AI represents the latest in Parascript handwriting technology using multiple modern machine learning algorithms.

The result is the ability to easily add support for recognizing handwritten fields to any document-oriented workflow to enable extraction of any type of field, from simple numeric, to longer-form alpha-numeric fields — all with no need to configure. It just works.

Available in a .NET runtime with a simple API, adding handwriting recognition for forms has never been easier to use and deploy. It is tuned with the same precision that enables commercial mail and post and global banking to achieve 98% straight through processing.

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