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International University Improves Accessibility of Image Documents
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Written by Ray Higgins   
Tuesday, 17 January 2012

 

CVISION Technologies Inc., provider of document capture and recognition software, will deliver its OCR solution to an international university to improve the accessibility of its image documents.

The university, which is based in China, will be using Maestro Recognition Server for the processing of large volumes of pages.


Currently, the university has a very large number of documents that have been scanned to TIFF. As the TIFF format is not searchable, and it is difficult to locate information, so the university decided to go for an OCR solution that could convert large volumes of documents. The final choice was the Maestro Recognition Server from CVISION.


Maestro Recognition Server improves the accessibility of image documents. It offers OCR technology that is accurate and delivers effective results. The Maestro Recognition Server batch processed the university’s TIFFs into searchable files to improve search times.


Chris Koulouris, Marketing Director at CVISION Technologies, said, “China is a rapidly emerging market and we at CVISION are excited at the opportunity to work with an eminent university based there. We were able to provide them with an effective OCR solution and hope there will be more chances to work there in the future.”



 

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