Parascript, LLC, provider of machine print, hand print and cursive technology recognition, provides technology to the United States Postal Service (USPS) that will be showcased at National Postal Forum.
Parascript provides high read rates through a single engine recognizing machine print, handprint and cursive, and will exhibiting at booth #102 in the Innovation & Technology Pavilion at National Postal Forum, April 1-4, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
“At Parascript we pride ourselves on continually furthering the speed, accuracy and sophistication of our recognition technology. Not only do we give posts, resellers and integrators a single engine to read machine print, hand print and cursive, our sophisticated voting technology effectively looks at a document from multiple angles and weights the outcomes to determine the best answer, which drives higher results. We are happy to be working with the United States Postal Service and look forward to bringing this expertise to others wanting to process parcels, letters and flats,” said Dwayne Ritchie, vice president, sales and marketing for Parascript.
Parascript was awarded with a multi-million dollar contract for the automation of the processing of parcels and bundled mail for the USPS last June under the post’s Automated Parcel Bundle Sorter (APBS) Optical Character Recognition (OCR) program. The company’s recognition software is also utilized by postal agencies worldwide such as Royal Mail, Deutsche Post, Russian Post, Poste Italiane, Posten, and TNT. This technology is also available to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), resellers, international postal operators, government agencies and other organizations in the U.S. and overseas.