Scanning & Capture

Mindee has announced the introduction of docTR, a seamless, high-performing, and accessible open-source library for OCR-related tasks powered by deep learning.

The National Archives of Australia has announced Melbourne scanning bureau Micro Image as the winner of a tender to deliver an integrated document scanning facility over the next two year as part of the NAA’s new industrial scale digitisation hub in Canberra.

Ephesoft, developer of  intelligent document processing (IDP), automation and data enrichment solutions, has presented Kodak Alaris with an award for a Property Management Solution created during Ephesoft’s 2021 Hackathon event.

Invoice fraud costs Australian businesses $A128M each year. Australia’s Sypht has introduced three new features to its capture and document processing platform designed to improve time and costs efficiencies and reduce the impacts of fraud.

US firm ancora Software has filed a patent application for the way its ancoraDocs software can correctly identify data fields that must be captured from documents potentially distorted during the scanning process.

EzeScan has announced a strategic partnership with NetDocuments, the cloud content management platform for legal professionals. This new partnership will enable firms to develop a seamless integration and improve their operational efficiencies with EzeScan’s automated intelligent document capture solution for NetDocuments.

Compu-Stor has been given ISO 27001 Certification by Bureau Veritas, an independent Testing, Inspection and Certifier. 

A new Report from analysis and consulting firm Infosource Software examines the overlap between the traditional Capture market, as well as a subset of the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) market that includes Capture-type applications. Both offer solutions for the automated ingestion and processing of business inputs.

ORPALIS Imaging Technologies has introduced its first ICR engine, improving its machine vision capabilities. This first version is dedicated to handwritten numerics located in boxes, and future versions will support more contexts.

AI inside Inc., provider of AI platform “DX Suite” is expanding its AI-empowered optical character recognition (AI-OCR) to support simplified Chinese in addition to traditional Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, English, and Japanese. DX Suite can digitise the content of documents and advances digital transformation for global companies.