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OrCam Technologies has launched its newest assistive technology device, the handheld OrCam Read designed for people with reading difficulties stemming from mild to moderate vision impairment, reading fatigue, dyslexia, aphasia, and other conditions, as well as for those who read large volumes of text, empowering them with realtime responsiveness.

To ensure businesses can continue to operate during the COVID-19 lockdown, DocsCorp is making compareDocs cloud and cleanDocs server available for 90 days to those working from home. These applications are designed for mobile and remote workers.

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, FairCom Corporation it is offering a COBOL modernization solution for non-mainframe COBOL systems for free for one year to government entities. The one-year offer is for the c-treeRTG COBOL Edition, a data management solution that modernizes COBOL applications so they can be used with modern programming languages such as Python and Java and will be available through the end of the year.

With millions working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations have uncovered an expected problem: many of their employees don’t have access to critical files stored in on-premises servers and storage applications.

Fuji Xerox has extended its business automation solution offerings with a new DocuSign partnership. This will see Fuji Xerox bring eSignature and Contract Lifecycle Management solutions to the APAC market.

iText has released version 1.3 of iText’s low-code PDF generator with a new feature offering the capability to show or hide sections of your generated documents based on conditions.

Otter.ai has announced the availability of Live Video Meeting Notes, which enables participants to open a secure, live interactive transcript directly from a video conference, or after a meeting. Otter.ai Live Video Meeting Notes enables users to access some of the same realtime features available in Otter Voice Meeting Notes, launched directly from a videoconferencing platform.

Ediscovery and legal services provider Epiq has announced the expansion of its artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled legal solutions to include Contract Analysis.  The new global Contract Analysis offering combines expertise with machine learning and natural language processing to enable faster, more intelligent contract analysis by legal teams, with the ability to supplement and scale this analysis with experienced Epiq team members.

Australia’s new mobile phone only bank Xinja has chosen the Box cloud document management platform to deliver customers’ bank statements and account data via a portal. Xinja’s financial lending team will also use Box as a way of managing documents with customers to drive faster end-user outcomes. 

ABBYY has announced its 2019 results, including continued double-digit year-over-year revenue growth and notable growth specific to revenue from RPA integrations and strategic partnerships. Additional drivers of success included an enhanced product portfolio following the acquisition of TimelinePI, now ABBYY Timeline, the end-to-end Process Intelligence platform.

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