Why OCR Software is a Critical Component of File Analytics
Why OCR Software is a Critical Component of File Analytics

Posted 25 May 2019 2:15 PM by Taylor Van Beek

An automated OCR solution is an essential component of the file analytics process, ensuring that valuable insights within image-based documents can be identified and leveraged for business intelligence.

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5 Top Reasons Digital Transformation Will Fail Without OCR Software
5 Top Reasons Digital Transformation Will Fail Without OCR Software

Posted 26 December 2018 8:56 AM by Fahad Muhammad

Here are 5 solid reasons why the success of an enterprise’ Digital Transformation efforts rely on the quality of the optical character recognition software it employs. OCR software is the crucial first step to so many facets of the digital transformation journey.

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Improving Insurance Claims Processing with Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Improving Insurance Claims Processing with Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Posted 25 March 2018 1:00 PM by Scott Mackey

To stay ahead of born-digital competitors, insurance companies must streamline their customer-facing processes. Learn how a global insurance enterprise leveraged Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to speed claims response times, enhance the customer experience, and improve internal efficiency.

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Search, Taxonomy and the Value of Metadata: Education Series Video
Search, Taxonomy and the Value of Metadata: Education Series Video

Posted 4 December 2014 9:00 AM by Roger Beharry Lall

It doesn’t matter how good your document is if you can’t find it. Check out this short video with industry experts to learn the value of properly tagging your documents so you can find them.

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Product demo: Automatically making documents searchable findable with Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Product demo: Automatically making documents searchable findable with Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Posted 12 August 2014 9:00 AM by Jeff Brand

Is your organization looking to automate the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) process from within your content management system? Watch this product demo to learn how this can be made possible.

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What is Optical Character Recognition (OCR)?
What is Optical Character Recognition (OCR)?

Posted 23 July 2014 1:00 PM by Jeff Brand

You’ve likely heard about Optical Character Recognition, but do you know what it really means and how it works? Learn more about OCR and its business value in this blog post.

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Automating OCR of Documents in SharePoint
Automating OCR of Documents in SharePoint

Posted 29 May 2014 1:00 PM by Jeff Brand

To harness the full value of SharePoint, organizations must implement an OCR solution that converts unstructured documents into searchable, usable data.

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What does the PDF have to do with democracy?
What does the PDF have to do with democracy?

Posted 20 May 2014 1:00 PM by Roger Beharry Lall

I recently read an article which stated that basic PDFs were hurting democracy. Read on for why I think this reporter should learn more about Advanced Rendering.

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Leveraging Adlib through Qumas

Posted 26 January 2011 8:43 PM by Brian Kernohan

I opened my talk today at Qumas Connect waving around one of the Adlib ‘bendy” giveaways (shown in this picture of me and Tracey Robertson, compliance officer at Boehringer Ingelheim) and comparing it to our software: you can make it whatever you need it to be!

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Return to Sender

Posted 6 January 2011 8:43 PM by Jean Ouellette

You’re sitting in the airport when your assistant emails the Word document of a contract for you to review. You make a few more tweaks to the document on your smartphone, then check your watch. The client is waiting for this contract, and you’re about to board a long flight. Company policy is that contracts always go out in PDF format, and it has to come from your own email address to be official… what to do?

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Introducing Adlib Express V4.10

Posted 9 November 2010 1:43 AM by Paul Dyck

Adlib Express, the market-leading document transformation solution, just got better!

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Return to Sender

Posted 6 January 2010 8:04 PM by Jean Ouellette

You’re sitting in the airport when your assistant emails the Word document of a contract for you to review. You make a few more tweaks to the document on your smartphone, then check your watch. The client is waiting for this contract, and you’re about to board a long flight. Company policy is that contracts always go out in PDF format, and it has to come from your own email address to be official… what to do?

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