ABBYY launches mobile data capture solution for enterprises

ABBYY, a provider of document recognition, document
capture, and linguistic technologies and services, announced its Mobile Data
Capture Solution, ushering in a new age of time-saving convenience for
consumers, and powerful opportunities for enterprises to win and retain new
customers through expanded mobile channels.


Integrating ABBYY’s cutting edge
document recognition and document capture technologies, it enables enterprises
to expand the range and adoption of their services by turning camera-equipped
mobile devices into the simplest way ever to capture, process and share data.


With embedded image processing on the device working in
concert with server or cloud-based
intelligent recognition and data capture, users can instantly extract
information from virtually any source, including paper documents, license
plates, restaurant menus, gas and water meters, street signs or packaging. From
there, with two or three clicks, they can populate a wide variety of forms,
update content management applications, or send information for further


“Applications based on the solution will mean that
mobile devices can make many time-consuming tasks such as paying bills, ticket
registration, banking and completing tax forms fast, easy and simple to
accomplish,” said Andrey Isaev, director of Technology Products
Department, ABBYY.


By enhancing their services with a mobile channel,
companies will get closer to their customers and have even more opportunities
for expanding into mobile channels.  For example, they can attract new
groups of customers from among hundreds of millions of mobile phone users and
then leverage entirely new ways to market and promote themselves through mobile
applications that utilize the camera as a scanner.


ABBYY Mobile Data Capture Solution offers a powerful way
for organizations in the insurance, healthcare, banking and government sectors,
to reach clients and meet their needs. With it, they can create applications
for conducting financial transactions, calculating the prices of goods and
services, inputting data into back-end systems (e.g. insurance claims),
controlling home energy consumption, and more.


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