A2iA Mobility V4.0 goes offline

A2iA has released a new version of A2iA Mobility, its patented software toolkit dedicated to offline mobile data recognition and image analysis.

Expanding its global list of supported documents and checks, A2iA Mobility now boasts the ability to automatically locate and extract data from receipts and perform field recognition of printed and handwritten data from forms and documents.

Enabling self-service for the consumer or corporate user, and a simple but powerful solution for the merchant, financial institution or issuer, users can enrol in a new account, deposit a check, fund a loan, apply for a credit card, or perform other key functions directly on their handset, from anywhere, at any time.

“Self-service automation and cross-channel applications remain essential across many markets, including the banking and retail spaces,” said Jean-Louis Fages, A2iA President & Chairman of the Board.

“As more applications transition to the mobile device, A2iA Mobility’s expanded client-side capabilities deliver a simple way for consumers and corporations alike to capture all types of information directly on a phone or tablet, and to support workflows that require multiple documents, such as a form and ID, to be considered a complete submission.”

A2iA Mobility offers cheque recognition for the USA, Canada, and countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Available for integration into iOS and Android applications, software developers can customise the interface and experience for their specific users.

By combining its patented Auto-Locate feature with its offline functionality, A2iA Mobility delivers a quick and simple user experience, including the ability to automatically locate and capture a document, cheque or ID from a video stream when it is found in focus. Then, without any manual keying, all pertinent data is located and extracted directly on the handset – without any data connection or Wi-Fi.