Scanning & Capture

The Crowley Company has released what it claims to be the smallest production-level microfilm scanner on the market, at just 41x 43 x 19mm and weighing 14kg, the Crowley-manufactured MACH Mini.

A new platform to make OCR and machine learning more accessible for business users implementing robotic process automation (RPA) and business process automation (BPA) has been launched by ABBYY. Known as ABBYY Vantage, the platform adds the ability to configure text recognition, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) from within the RPA tools that are used to configure software robots

Russ Hubbard is Chief Revenue Officer at Ephesoft, the enterprise content capture and data solution provider. At the opening of Ephesoft's new ANZ HQ in central Sydney's Martin Place, IDM sat down with Russ to learn more about the company's local operations and global strategy.

Khan's Supa IGA Group was established back in 1981 and currently operates 11 supermarkets with more than 800 staff located throughout NSW. Stores are located across a widespread NSW regional footprint include outback towns such as Bourke, Cobar and Lightning Ridge.

ABBYY has just announced its 2018 financial results, which featured 15% revenue growth worldwide, including a remarkable 34% surge in the ANZ region. The past 12 months has also seen ABBYY doubling its headcount in ANZ to meet local demand. IDM asked Henry Patishman, Director of Sales (Australasia) at ABBYY, to explain the factors at play.

Canon subsidiary IRIS has launched a new document camera scanner and visualizer, the IRIScan Desk 5, a lightweight device suitable for use in a home or office setting, as well as being portable enough for travel.

DocsCorp has extended the reach of its bulk document processing platform, contentCrawler, to Dropbox and Dropbox Business to ensure documents are 100% searchable in the cloud and on-premises. contentCrawler is powered by the ABBYY OCR engine.

Dynamsoft has released a new version of its Barcode Reader Software Development Kit with several new updates that include improved performance for decoding blurred or fuzzy barcodes and average barcode read speed increases of 5-10 percent.

ABBYY’s intelligent capture revenue grew by 34% in 2018, five times the market growth rate, according to the company’s just released annual results. The worldwide enterprise capture software market is expected to reach $US1.2 billion by 2022 according to IDC.

Fujitsu has announced the expansion of ScanSnap Cloud, a service that was previously available in other regions, and is now available in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Indonesia. ScanSnap Cloud enables ScanSnap users to streamline workflow by delivering one-button scanned data directly to their favourite cloud services such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Google Photo, and OneDrive, without a computer or mobile device.

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