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Readiris pro or corperate 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: -505
I am looking for a version of Rediris that offers a recognition search engine for business cards. I didn't see that option on pro itself. I know there is a corporate version. Do you have to be a corporation to buy the corporate version?

I need to get all my documents in to an editable digital form as soon as possible.
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#829
Re:Readiris pro or corperate 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
I don't know which version you will need but I do know that you can buy a copy of corporate with out being a corporation. It is a little bit more expensive though so make sure it is what you want if you go for Corporate over pro.
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#830
Re:Readiris pro or corperate 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
If you want that option you are going to have to go with the corporate version. The corporate version does have some other perks so you will have to look them over to see if it is work the extra money.
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#842
Re:Readiris pro or corperate 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
I would almost recommend just sticking with Pro. Of course I don't know anyone who really uses corporate. Maybe it sounds a bit more intimidating than it really is.
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Re:Readiris pro or corperate 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: -1
Perhaps there is another software that can do the business cards that will be cheaper than corporate? I happen to like IRIS a lot, but if you can get the same function for less then I would recommend going that route. I'm not sure why you want OCR for business cards over regular scanning. Is it that you want them searchable?
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