Flexible, Pay-as-you-Go SDK Enables Developers to Integrate Award-Winning OCR Technology into Applications While Tying Expenses to Monthly Revenues
ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, linguistic technologies and professional services, today announced the release of ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK, an online service that provides a Web API for integrating ABBYY recognition technologies. Designed to increase revenue opportunities for software developers, ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK enables them to easily leverage award-winning optical character recognition (OCR), intelligent character recognition (ICR), barcode recognition, and PDF conversion technologies for creating their own applications. In addition, ABBYY’s flexible, pay-as-you-go pricing model, allows developers to tie expenses to their actual monthly revenue.
One of the first ISVs who started integrating the new Cloud OCR SDK into their document management system (DMS) was DocsCorp, a leading DMS developer based in Australia. “We have been working with ABBYY for many years and they have proven themselves as a reliable partner. Their new Cloud initiative was exactly what we were looking for - with Cloud OCR we’ll be able to reach new market opportunities. Some smaller organizations would prefer a 'pay as you go' option, and with ABBYY’s Cloud service we can sell our own software products on a 'subscription' basis,” says DocsCorp President and CEO, Dean Sappey.
ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK hosts all processing operations in the cloud and is available via a Web API that supports nearly any operating system, including mobile. Developers are also provided with technology updates automatically, giving them the latest OCR technology as soon as it is available. Key features include:
“We have been working with beta developers for several months now and are very encouraged by the feedback we have received,” said Andrey Isaev, director of technology products department at ABBYY. “Our new Cloud OCR SDK makes it simple for developers to get their applications up-and-running quickly, and better differentiate their products by offering a cloud option.”