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ABBYY USA Announces Availability of FineReader Professional Edition

October 06, 2009


New FineReader 10 Provides Users With Improved User Interface and Advanced OCR Capabilities


ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and language software, today announced the availability of its comprehensive optical character recognition software,FineReader® 10 Professional Edition, developed for creating editable and searchable files from scanned documents, PDFs and digital camera images. FineReader 10 delivers unmatched accuracy with advanced recognition and conversion capabilities that virtually eliminates retyping or reformatting. To significantly increase efficiency, productivity and ease-of-use, FineReader 10 also includes one-click automated features and an enhanced user-friendly interface that gives users a thorough view of its functions and options at the start and also guides users directly to the result.


“At ABBYY we strive to build upon the success experienced by the award winning FineReader 9,” said Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA. “FineReader 10 expands on those successes and also improves on other areas to ensure that users are equipped with the most efficient and easy to use product on the market.”


Among the many new and improved features of FineReader 10 is the second generation Adaptive Document Recognition Technology® (ADRT) designed to preserve the exact look and original structure of the document, as well as intelligently reproduce more logical links between formatting attributes and content of a document. This new ADRT technology provides users with documents that are ready to use and easy to adapt, ultimately increasing efficiency and user productivity.


The newest version of FineReader also includes third generation ABBYY CameraOCR™ technology that allows users to achieve quality conversion results on photos captured by standard digital cameras as well as mobile phone cameras. FineReader 10 automatically adjusts digital photos before recognition to provide users with the best possible OCR accuracy on photographed images.


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