02 September 2015

Banca popolare dell'Emilia Romagna digitises paper documents with Abbyy

03 April 2014  |  761 views  |  0 Source: Abbyy

Abbyy, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies and services, today announced that Banca popolare dell'Emilia Romagna, a leading retail banking institution in Italy, has chosen Abbyy FineReader for its document recognition and conversion needs.

"Manually retyping the content from these documents proved time-consuming but ABBYY FineReader helps us get the job done quickly and accurately. The processing of internal documents in various formats (TIFFs, JPGs , PDFs, etc.) has been improved greatly," says a spokesman.

ABBYY FineReader delivers intuitive tools for scanning documents and converting images of documents into editable and searchable electronic formats such as Microsoft® Word, Excel®, PDF, OpenOfficeTM Writer, popular e-book formats and more. ABBYY's OCR technology delivers outstanding quality when "reading" printed text on documents in any of the 190 supported languages and their combinations. With its unique ABBYY Adaptive Document Recognition Technology (ABBYY ADRT®), FineReader "understands" a document's logical structure, re-creating even large, complex documents with their native formatting attributes (e.g. headers, footers, page numbering, table of contents, etc.) across all pages.

"Optical character recognition software like ABBYY FineReader is an important tool for businesses that wish to create an efficient working environment," commented Bodo Wagener, Vice President of Sales and Services at ABBYY. "FineReader offers users a convenient way of digitising paper documents and working with the content — editing and quoting text, copying and reusing data, and adapting them for searchable archives." 

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