Anthony Macciola, Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at ABBYY, is a seasoned tech visionary with more than 45 patents and over 30 years of experience in software, hardware, and algorithm development. His latest article on Forbes outlines key points to examine when considering whom you should trust with your document processing.
Businesses looking to increase efficiency and customer satisfaction utilize Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) as an essential part of their hyperautomation strategy. When evaluating IDP technologies, “whom you trust with that data shouldn’t be a compromise between performance and innovation”, notes Macciola.
Insights in this article include:
- Challenges with traditional, on-premises document capture platforms
- How accuracy and trust in information quality is a consistent challenge for automation startups and vendors
- Limitations of tech giants, from both a portfolio and end-user perspective
- Plus, four tips to ensure you’re trusting your documents to the right partner
Revolutionizing Intelligent Document Processing for enterprises
At ABBYY, developing innovative products may be our core business, but your trust in us is fundamental to our success. That is precisely the reason we are committed to delivering the highest standards of security. Keep reading the related blog post, ABBYY’s Commitment to the Highest Standards of Information Security, for more information.
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