Scanning & Capture

Ephesoft has signed a technology collaboration with Automation Anywhere, to combine their document capture and RPA technologies.

Kodak Alaris is launching a new wave of network-connected scanning solutions aimed at tackling the most difficult pain points organizations face when onboarding information into line-of-business applications.

OPEX Corporation has announced the addition of five scanners to the Falcon series of scanners.

Indico, a provider of enterprise AI solutions for intelligent process automation, has announced a new partnership with UiPath. The collaboration targets the challenge of automating workflows that involve large amounts of unstructured content; e.g., all the documents, emails, text, and images that make up over 80% of the data in most enterprises. 

Industry analysts Harvey Spencer Associates (HSA) has released its 16th annual survey of the Worldwide Capture Software market, which showed an increase of 15.4% to $US4.7B in 2018. The increase was driven by the growth in Robotic Process Automation (RPA); a move to Cloud Services and an increasing need to understand and extract data from unstructured inputs at the time of impact.

Finding a simple technology solution for a complex problem is not always easy. For example, every industry and business department still rely heavily on documents in digital or printed format coming from different communication channels, such as email, fax, mobile, and desktop scanners.

Socket Mobile, Inc. has announced today a durable barcode scanner series – the D800D840 and D860 – for users who want to advance their mobile scanning options with drop protection and improved charging options.

Data extraction from printed forms is by now a tried and true technology. Form Recognizer extracts key value pairs, tables and text from documents such as tax statements, oil and gas drilling well reports, completion reports, invoices, and purchase orders. However, real-world businesses often rely on a variety of documents for their day-to-day needs that are not always cleanly printed.

Epson Australia has expanded its workgroup document scanner portfolio with the new WorkForce DS-970 and DS-870, its fastest-ever colour duplex document scanners designed for busy and high-volume offices of any size.

The TWAIN Working Group (TWG), a not-for-profit organization designed to provide and foster an open source, public standard for image acquisition devices and software applications, has made its first public release of its TWAIN Direct specifications.

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