Moscow, Russia (April 19, 2011) ABBYY, the global leader in technologies and linguistic services, document recognition and data capture, announced the launch of ABBYY FlexiCapture 10, a new award-winning generation of your system of document and data capture. In new reread ABBYY offers one of the most complete solutions of data capture, that serves a wide range of use from the desktop up to corporate level scenarios and provides as a templates-based forms processing, both intelligent recognition of documents in a single product. The new technology of of ABBYY FlexiCapture with self-learning helps to accelerate the implementation of project (start smart) and considerably reduces the time for results, and in turn provides exceptional accuracy in location and recognition of fields in documents of any structure and complexity. The system also expands number of leadership roles in industry to implement projects of enterprise-scale such as the enhanced power of processing and maximum fault tolerance. In addition, delivers new smart tools for remote operations and at the same time the personalization features for simpler integration with applications and business processes.
In front to problems of processing of documents are common among large organizations, ABBYY FlexiCapture delivers smart technologies to streamline the process of extraction of key data from a range of documents including machine-readable forms by machine, semi-structured and unstructured documents. The technology offers a full suite of functionality for scanning, classification, indexing of documents and data extraction that enables the solution to meet the specific needs of each individual organization. The powerful, multifunctional solution of ABBYY FlexiCapture varies from the independent application (Standalone Installation) to a distributed system (Distributed installation). The product is designed to locate key data fields in the designs complex documents in such a way that he can process various types of documents in a single flow, eliminating the need for multiple systems for processing different types of documents (layouts).