Newly Released ABBYY FineReader Server 14.2 Makes High-Volume Document Processes Seamless
Today’s global workforce has experienced fundamental and disruptive changes over the past few months as a result of the pandemic. Organizations across diverse sectors and geographic markets are experiencing shifts in their day-to-day work environment that have revealed the need for greater operating efficiency, connected systems, and seamless workflows across every facet of the enterprise.
Increase Productivity on the Go with Mobile Apps
Have you chatted with Siri in the past hour? How about asking it for help with some urgent office tasks while driving? Been there, done that, and here’s why: Today, those of us who are avid smartphone users are entering into a new era of automation as our handsets suddenly become ultra-utilitarian devices.
Embarking on a Digital Transformation Journey
Digital transformation is becoming a business imperative, making it a top agenda item in almost every company. But where to begin? Easy. The answer lies in content: it’s not only how you use it, but how you acquire it, process and extract business value from insights locked in documents.
Why Law Firms Need an All-in-One PDF Solution
Until recently, reviewing piles of legal documents is one of the pain points of law firms. However, with the creation of the Portable Document Format (PDF) by Adobe Systems in 1993, the legal profession acquired a cross-platform solution capable of preserving both paper-based and electronic records in a consistent format, ideal for reviewing, exchanging and archiving of legal documents, contracts, and client attorney correspondence.
Some life-changing mobile apps
Finally, smartphones have crossed their tipping point. For some time now, their ubiquity has been fueling a rage in apps for both iPhone and Android platforms. A business is no longer called “smart” unless it is actively building a mobile future. And everywhere you look, smart people are embracing the world of mobile. Do you have a tricky task to pull off? Oh yea, there’s an app for that!
How we lived before
Latest advances in document processing technology sometimes compel us to cast a backward glance at office work. We would like to take our readers down the memory lane and relive the moments when we lived, worked and agonized without most of the modern high-tech solutions. Today, we scan, recognize texts and translate from one language to another with a little more than a click of the button.
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.
How Capture Technology Will Transform Healthcare Delivery
Aren’t we experiencing the technology and AI era? Surprisingly, many healthcare organizations still rely on tons of paper documents and slow manual processes when conducting patient care. A trip to the doctor's office or a hospital can become a frustrating experience once medical personnel starts searching through paper charts and patient records before care is administered.
OCR drives innovative tech tools for assisted learning
The use of technology has transformed classroom productivity, increased student engagement and motivation and, most importantly, accelerated learning. Technology has also played a critical role in enhancing the lifestyle of individuals requiring assistance, ranging from the visually impaired to auditory learners.
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