Topic: OCR SDK
Are You Ready for a Mobile Tomorrow? Mobile Capture in Banking and Auditing
Mobile capture is a trend The number of enterprise applications optimized for mobility will quadruple by 2016, according to IDC. Companies use mobile applications to boost their productivity more and more, and mobile spending rounds out the top 5 budget items for 2015 identified by IT executives, respondents to the Computerworld survey. We at ABBYY also see a growing interest among our customers in mobile capture technologies.
Aviasales extracts passport data on-the-fly
Russian’s largest travel search engine, Aviasales (known worldwide as JetRadar), has recently released a new version of its mobile application enriched with the ability to capture and submit all necessary passenger’s data in a few clicks. The application uses ABBYY Cloud OCR Engine to extract data on-the-fly.
Have you ever been interested in how ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK assigns priorities to the OCR tasks and how the processing power is managed to ensure good processing speed for all applications? Learn more in this article describing the scalability of our service. ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK service is capable of processing very large document volume and at the same time ensures quick response for all applications.
Alvin Ashcraft 's Morning Dew featured ABBYY FineReader Engine OCR SDK
Setting up and using ABBYY FineReader Engine SDK is really simple and it provides access to powerful OCR capabilities for your applications. I highly recommend reviewing their products if you have OCR requirements for your own application. Why re-invent the wheel? - Alvin Ashcraft
Field-level OCR. What is it for?
A need for field-level OCR arises each time we want to extract some useful information from a document. This OCR scenario is commonly known as Data Capture. Suppose you have received an invoice and need to capture the name of the company, the amount you need to pay, and the date by which the payment is due.