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ABBYY Launches Recognition Server 3.5 with Arabic OCR
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Written by Dave Cunningham   
Wednesday, 11 July 2012

ABBYY, the provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies, has announced ABBYY Recognition Server 3.5, a server-based software for automating document capture across organizations. The latest release delivers innovations in optical character recognition (OCR) with Arabic OCR and higher accuracy of document analysis, in addition to enhanced scanning functionality.


ABBYY Recognition Server is capable of converting large volumes of paper documents or images into searchable electronic text that is suitable for document archiving, e-discovery, enterprise search or other business processes. The product encompasses all parts of the document capture process, including scanning, recognition, document separation, classification, indexing and delivery. ABBYY Recognition Server enables automated, unattended document processing that can be centrally managed and accessed remotely or from multiple points within the organization. It can connect with various back-end systems and third-party applications with integration via Scripts, XML tickets, a Web-service API, or a COM-based API.


Recognition Server 3.5 includes the Arabic OCR functionality as a result of several years of research and development by ABBYY. The software can process Arabic texts with high accuracy, overcoming previous technical challenges associated with recognition of Arabic characters. Version 3.5 also delivers up to 17 percent higher accuracy in detecting blocks during document analysis, as well as 33 percent higher accuracy of table element detection and recognition.


New customization capabilities are available, such as the new Scanning Station with scripting support that allows administrators to automate scanning operations by creating user-specific processing scenarios. They can place scanned pages in the correct order after duplex scanning, auto-split large-size pages after scanning, save pages to two destinations simultaneously, and more.


Additionally, Recognition Server 3.5 offers the enhanced scenario for processing document images sent by e-mail, enabling users to preserve the initial subject of the e-mail or specify a custom one. Portuguese (Brazil) and Czech were added to the supported user interface languages.


For detailed product information or product demonstration, visit http://www.abbyy.com/recognition_server/.

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