Scanning & Capture

Two strong players in the enterprise capture software market are now one, as Kofax announced it has acquired Ephesoft. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Wollens Solicitors has grown into one of the largest solicitors in the southwest of the United Kingdom, with over 150 employees positioned across three offices. As a result of their rapid company growth, the law firm struggled to keep up with the volume of paper within the business.

Dynamsoft has updated its document capture software development kit - Dynamic Web TWAIN - to allow developers to build a more customized document scanning web application.

Epson has launched the DS-790WN wireless network colour document scanner with built-in USB 3.0, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Gigabit Ethernet connectivity.

The Bosch Group, an international technology and services company, has selected ABBYY to automate the document processing of incoming goods inspection and complaint management.

Adobe commissioned Forrester Consulting to research what challenges Australian government agencies face, what they can do to accelerate successful digital transformations, and the importance of digital document processes. To explore this topic, Forrester conducted an online survey with 150 senior business and technology decision-makers responsible for digital document processing at government agencies in Australia, Singapore, and India.

Rent, Buy or Bureau? – these are the three choices that often face organisations about to tackle a major project to digitise paper-based archives. Mike Kirkby, CEO of Australia’s EzeScan, is finding that for a particular segment of the market, scanner rental is really adding up as the common-sense solution.

ORPALIS has announced the first implementation of a key-value pair data extractor in its OCR engine for intelligent document understanding and processing.

Hyland has launched its latest product enhancements and innovative solutions including SAP SuccessFactors integration.

The company’s Intelligent Document Processing platform has joined with other ABBYY solutions in achieving highest infosec standard, SOC2 Type II.