ABBYY InfoExtractor and Smart Classifier Software Development Kits (SDKs) Drive Highly Efficient Content-Intensive Business Processes
ABBYY®, a leading provider of technologies and solutions to action information, today announced ABBYY InfoExtractor and ABBYY Smart Classifier SDKs, designed to retrieve business-relevant knowledge from unstructured information and turn Big Data into valuable and manageable corporate asset. Both products are based on cutting-edge technology for natural language processing, which understands the meaning of processed text with almost human precision.
ABBYY InfoExtractor SDK optimizes data capture processes and empowers business analytics and strategic decision making by extracting critical data from unstructured information. When processing textual data, the SDK operates on the level of meaning and accurately identifies entities, facts and relationships between them – including information like names of people and organizations, dates, geographic objects, events such as speech activities, commercial deals, or facts like employment and family relationships.
ABBYY’s award-winning Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology is also included into the InfoExtractor SDK enabling the analysis of scanned files and PDF documents. In comparison to traditional rule-based or statistical approaches, the language-based analysis of InfoExtractor SDK delivers deep insight into meaning and relations and opens up unprecedented opportunities for organizations to increase efficiency, mitigate risk and drive revenue.
New ABBYY Smart Classifier SDK offers innovative language-based classification technology. It delivers syntactic and semantic analysis of document content to accurately assign all documents into predefined categories. The SDK allows businesses and organizations to significantly increase content accessibility and transparency. With highly accurate and consistent classification results, delivered by the ABBYY Smart Classifier SDK, organizations can automate many processes that require document sorting, routing and archiving.
Both SDKs can be integrated directly into enterprise information environments and drive major advances in content-intensive business processes that require reliable and granular content analysis.