New Distributor Agreement Delivers FineReader to Technology Manufacturer Customer
ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, linguistic technologies and professional services, today announced a new distributor agreement in Japan, bringing ABBYY® FineReader® to the Japanese organization, AdD. Specifically targeted at providing a highly functional, multi-lingual optical character recognition (OCR) solution to technology manufacturers in Japan, the new distributor agreement with AdD will broaden ABBYY’s exposure within the country.
“Japanese technology manufacturers are more engrained than ever in the global economy, making the ability to communicate in multi-lingual environments more important than ever,” said Hiroki Koguchi, senior business development manager and ABBYY Japan office representative. “By partnering with AdD as a new distributor, we are able to deliver a proven OCR technology to Japan, ensuring that manufacturing organizations can compete on a worldwide scale.”
Under their new agreement, Kyoto City-based AdD, a software solution provider specializing in delivering system development and software, will deliver FineReader to technology manufacturers to streamline translation and archiving processes. The distributor will bring to market a Japanese-specific version of FineReader, which includes a user interface and supporting documentation in Japanese.
FineReader is a highly intelligent OCR software for text recognition, which allows users to create editable and searchable electronic files from scanned paper documents, PDFs and digital photographs. Able to recognize 186 languages, FineReader delivers unsurpassed recognition accuracy, while also maintaining the document’s original formatting, including columns, headers and footers, tables and more. Designed for organizations of all sizes, FineReader comes with automation and advanced features to help boost productivity and greater performance.