Industry Leading Publication Gives OCR Software Score of 4.5 out of 5 for its Flexible Workflow Options, OCR Tools and Highly Accurate Text Recognition Capabilities
ABBYY® , a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, linguistic technologies and professional services, today announced ABBYY FineReader® 11 Corporate Edition has been named the Editor’s Choice and awarded a score of 4.5 out of 5 by PC Magazine. The solution’s fast, flexible workflow options, advanced processing tools and text recognition accuracy were emphasized in awarding the Editor’s Choice.
PC Magazine found ABBYY FineReader 11 Corporate Edition as an intuitive tool for scanning and converting high volumes of complex text, tables, and images into editable and searchable formats. In addition, ABBYY FineReader 11’s manual-correction tools and ABBYY’s ScreenShot Reader capability were highlighted as productivity features that set FineReader 11 Corporate Edition apart from competing products. Among other advanced features, PC Magazine specifically mentioned FineReader 11’s improved verification tool, which highlights questionable characters and words that are not found in dictionaries and offers alternatives for substitution. ABBYY FineReader 11 Corporate Edition’s complete feature set led to it being recognized by PC Magazine as the most artfully designed OCR interface with the most advanced OCR technology needed to perform complex tasks.
ABBYY FineReader 11 Corporate Edition is the latest version of the company’s corporate-level OCR software aimed to simplify, accelerate and optimize document and image workflow. FineReader 11 Corporate Edition delivers improved OCR functionality for greater productivity, including a new black-and-white mode that increases document processing speed up to 45 percent, and an enhanced fast processing mode for up to 70 percent faster recognition. Additionally, FineReader 11 provides an improved user interface that helps users process documents faster, and a unique capability to replicate the native formatting of compound text and graphics documents. FineReader 11 Corporate Edition also enables users to quickly and easily create eBooks in most popular formats for any mobile device.
“As information and data are generated at unprecedented rates, businesses of all sizes are finding it more difficult to consolidate and manage,” said Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA. “FineReader 11 makes digitizing information simple, enabling businesses to integrate hardcopy with digital data, streamline operations, and increase information sharing and efficiency. PC Magazine recognizing FineReader for a second time as their Editor’s Choice validates our position as an OCR technology leader and assures users that FineReader 11 can meet their corporate document recognition needs.”
For more information about ABBYY FineReader 11 Corporate Edition, please visit: http://finereader.abbyy.com/corporate/.