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ABBYY Recognition Server Ramps Up Power for Document Conversion

Moscow, Russian Federation (May 27, 2014)

ABBYY announced the new release of ABBYY Recognition Server, the award-winning server-based software for automated, unattended document conversion. The latest release offers new functions for more-efficient conversion of large archives, plus enhanced Microsoft® SharePoint® integration that allows turning images in SharePoint-based document libraries into searchable content. The new version also offers advanced PDF creation capabilities, new fault-tolerance mechanisms, and enhanced Arabic optical character recognition (OCR).

New Release Offers Extended PDF Capabilities, Direct SharePoint Integration and Robust Architecture

 

ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies and services, today announced the new release of ABBYY Recognition Server, the award-winning server-based software for automated, unattended document conversion. The latest release offers new functions for more-efficient conversion of large archives, plus enhanced Microsoft® SharePoint® integration that allows turning images in SharePoint-based document libraries into searchable content. The new version also offers advanced PDF creation capabilities, new fault-tolerance mechanisms, and enhanced Arabic optical character recognition (OCR).

 

“While organizations are increasingly going digital to consume, share and store information, paper documents are still prevalent throughout enterprise environments,” said Aram Pakhchanian, director of Data Capture Products at ABBYY. “Recognition Server enables businesses to handle large volumes of documents more efficiently than ever, and quickly turn unstructured images, and entire document libraries, into searchable and usable information.”

 

Designed for mid- to high-volume document processing, ABBYY Recognition Server enables organizations and scanning service providers to establish cost-efficient processes for converting paper and image documents into electronic files suitable for search and long-term digital archiving. It automatically obtains images of documents from scanners, file servers, fax and e-mail servers, and Microsoft SharePoint libraries. It recognizes content of document images in more than 190 languages and allows adding metadata. With its distributed and highly scalable architecture, Recognition Server can convert virtually any number of documents in a short time.

 

Key new features include:

 

 

 

 

Availability

ABBYY Recognition Server is available worldwide through ABBYY regional offices and our partner channel. For detailed product information, please contact your local ABBYY office or visit www.abbyy.com/recognition_server.

 

*According to internal ABBYY testing. Accuracy and formatting results can vary depending on factors such as document quality and scanner settings.

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