Topic: Intelligent Capture
Content Analytics Challenges for Managing Contracts
In this blog series our guest contributor Michael Simon will share his perspectives on the challenges faced by organizations in surfacing business critical entities, attributes and terms within contracts as well suggest solutions that will streamline your obligations analysis and portfolio risk management processes. Contracts are the engine of a business. They contain critical business intelligence needed to run the enterprise.
Delivering a More Powerful Digital Workforce with Content Intelligence
ABBYY recently wrapped up its annual Technology Summit in Las Vegas where 300+ partners, customers, analysts and employees received the latest information about our revenue growth, new products, customer successes, and insight into our vision and strategy. One hot topic of conversation was robotic process automation (RPA) and how capture (as it’s been known for years) fits in.
Information Show 2018: Brazil Signals Increased Interest in Intelligent IT Solutions
Ranked as the 9th world’s largest technology market, Brazil has always attracted innovative companies from across the globe. This year's Information Show 2018 Congress, which was held in São Paulo, attracted more than 700 professionals from many world's leading technology companies.
Making Robots Smarter with Content Intelligence
Earlier this month, ABBYY participated in the Intelligent Automation Week in Chicago in which I had the opportunity to moderate one of the round table discussions on content intelligence and robotic process automation (RPA). I held discussions with over 40 people on various approaches to automating content-based processes with RPA.
How to meet GDPR compliance obligations
Since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on May 25, companies collecting data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries have been scrambling to put systems and processes in place to comply. The GDPR sets a new standard for consumer rights regarding their data and requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states.
FlexiCapture has its day at PegaWorld 2018
PegaWorld 2018 Conference in the Las Vegas has been variously billed as the world's largest intelligent automation event. Carl Hillier, ABBYY Product Group Head, was one of the plethora of innovators and business leaders in attendance. He shares his impressions with ABBYY Blog. ABBYY has been working closely with Pega to help global clients across industries accelerate innovation and achieve transformative results.
The sky's the limit for document capture software vendors
May is looking like the good news month for developers of document capture software around the globe. A series of reports published in May not only forecast dizzying growth for document capture software market worldwide but also predict that, in the near future, the solution will be a must-have tool for businesses everywhere.
A toolkit for digital transformation
Keeping up to date with technology is essential for any organization that anticipates long-term stability and growth. Whether the core activity is software development or not, technological advancement is transforming the way we do what we think we do best. For companies in the document processing business, the best practice today is to know the extent of their customer's technological expertise and stay on pace with them.
Robots, Jobs and Text Analytics
One of the most popular discussions around digital transformation is how deployment of robots will affect the workplace. While the effect of robotization on individual jobs remains a sensitive issue, benefits to businesses are already clear. No wonder investors have already injected $4 billion into 4,000 AI vendors that want to concentrate on RPA.
How Machine Learning masters unstructured information
Ever wondered how machines learn to teach themselves to recognize objects, text, spoken words and more? Everywhere, everyone feels overwhelmed by the torrent of information. Yet the vast majority of data people have access to is unstructured, i.e. written in natural language.