Scanning & Capture

For years considered a single-use accessory, the best document scanners are ready to make a story of their own.

Although the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) envisages the 20121 Census will be predominantly digital, it is seeking submissions for the provision of Data Capture and Recognition Software and/or scanning infrastructure for Paper Forms.

Large organizations have a lot on their plate today when it comes to digitization, cloud migration, data security and overcoming silos between back-office platforms. Ike Kavas, founder and CEO of Ephesoft, a provider of document capture and analytics technology, spoke with IDM about the ongoing challenge for companies seeking to automate their document processes.

Outback Imaging has released the latest version of EzeScan, its document capture and business process digitisation software, designed to take the hard work out of capturing hardcopy and digital born assets.

ABBYY’s FlexiCapture 12 has been enhanced with machine learning (ML) technology to improve the accuracy and speed of processing enterprise content.

One of Australia’s largest insurance companies, RACQ, has completed a project to enhance its claim processing using ABBYY content intelligence capabilities in tandem with UiPath’s robotic process automation (RPA) platform.

Kodak Alaris partner Go Systems counts many local councils across New South Wales amongst its client base. In partnership with Kodak Alaris it has designed a technology roadmap for one of the state’s largest councils utilising its capture hardware and software solutions.

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.

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