Home Software In Depth ABBYY Recognition Server Boosts the Google Search Appliance
ABBYY Recognition Server Boosts the Google Search Appliance
Software - In Depth
Written by Amanda Green   
Wednesday, 09 December 2009

     ABBYY has recently announced a new optical character recognition service which ensures easy access to image-based content – the ABBYY Recognition Server for the Google Search Appliance. The new service solves the problem with the inaccessibility of images and indexes all image and PDF content, thus providing reliable search results.


             ABBYY, one of the leading providers of software for document recognition and data capture, has recently announced a new optical character recognition service which ensures easy access to image-based content – the ABBYY Recognition Server for the Google Search Appliance. The new service solves the problem with the inaccessibility of images and indexes all image and PDF content, thus providing reliable search results.
           ABBY Recognition Server will be especially useful for large enterprises, which with time accumulate massive amounts of information. Such organizations can reduce costs and improve their efficiency by making all document storage electronically accessible. The Google Search Appliance is a great way to sort and easily locate the necessary information across different departments by using keywords. ABBY Recognition Server greatly enhances the Google Search Appliance by processing document images to make them searchable. It applies optical character recognition technology which helps transform the images to text and submits the results of the processed images to the search system in an HML feed, together with a link to the original file. The feeds are then indexed by the Google Search Appliance which enables all images for recognition based on the text that they contain. In this way, ABBY Recognition Server largely expands the capabilities of the Google Search Appliance to support not only text-based formats such as DOC, TXT, HTML and XLS but also JPEG, TIFF, image-based PDF, as well as many other image formats, which were previously irretrievable.
           ABBY Recognition Server supports more than 190 languages, and also allows for multi-language documents to be indexed correctly by the Google Search Appliance. Additionally, it provides efficient OCR service for daily document conversion tasks within the company needs.

Related Articles:
ABBYY Introduces Lingvo x3 Chinese Edition
Software > News
          ABBYY’s dictionary applications now include a Chinese edition, a special release of the popular dictionary software ABBYY Lingvo. Specifically designed for Chinese users, the new edition provides accurate translations of words...
ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional – PC Magazine Editor’s Choice
Software > In Depth
          PC Magazine named ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional the Editor’s Choice, and awarded the application a score of 4.5 out of 5. The highlighted features which set FineReader apart from the competition included user-friendliness,...
ABBYY Announces New Document Scanning Solution
Software > News
          ABBYY announced a new software solution for batch document scanning, ABBYY Scan Station. The new solution allows quick scanning and export of hundreds of pages and provides useful tools for improving the quality of the scanned...
ABBYY FineReader 10 Corporate Edition Now Available
Software > In Depth
          ABBYY, one of the leading providers of document recognition and data capture software, has announced that ABBYY FineReader 10 Corporate Edition is now available.  This is the newest version of ABBYY’s optical character...
ABBYY Launches New Version of FlexiCapture Software for Document and Form Processing
Software > News
          ABBYY announced the availability of ABBYY FlexiCapture 9.0, the latest version of its data and document capture product. ABBYY FlexiCapture 9.0 extracts data from documents and automates data and document capture processes for...