Posts tagged: OCR

DCT Reimagining ECM Delivery with SimpleECM Launch

Allison Correia
 May 20, 2014

After being in beta for several months, Document Capture Technologies (DCT), creators of SimpleScan Connect, announced on April 29th the release of their SimpleECM solution- “making information available where and when businesses want it”. This enterprise content management platform was created with a “workflow-centric view” of document/capture management and is delivered via standard application programming interfaces (APIs) and cloud-based services. Their target market includes in-house developers, system integrators, and outsourced app developers. Read more »

HP’s enterprise ink series: positioning & key features

Christine Dunne Dunne
 Apr 14, 2014

HP is targeting its new page-wide business inkjet series towards the “enterprise,” which the company defines as “large” organizations with solutions needs around manageability, security, extensibility, etc. In addition, HP suggests the devices are intended for groups of 5 to 15 users who print up to 6,000 pages per month.

Positioning of new HP Officejet Enterprise X series

The new Officejet Enterprise X line incorporates features and functionality that go beyond the capabilities of the Officejet Pro X series, including more robust scanning, embedded OCR, a pull-out keyboard, a larger touchscreen, customizable job shortcuts, full solutions capability, and a secure hard disk. It is clear these features were included with the needs of larger businesses in mind.

However, the positioning of these devices as “enterprise” is likely something that is going to prove subjective, especially as the definition of “enterprise” often varies from one vendor to another. Read more »

HIMSS 2012: Interoperability, Mobility, and New Innovations in Healthcare IT

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 Feb 27, 2012

HIMSS 2012, one of the largest health information technology conferences in the United States, was held in Las Vegas last week where vendors showcased a variety of new hardware and software relating to the healthcare market. One of the biggest announcements during the conference was the new CDA standard approved by HL7, which addresses universal requirements for the conversion of unstructured, paper documents into files that can be distributed into EHR systems.

This was great news for vendors like Nuance, Canon, and Fujitsu, who demoed their solutions, MFPs, and scanners as being CDA compatible with the ability to seamlessly integrate documents into an organization’s EMR. Nuance’s eCopy ShareScan streamlines the scanning of paper documents to electronic documents using existing hardware. (Nuance also plans on incorporating clinical language understanding (CLU) into their capture software later this year). Canon MFPs were used to demonstrate the eCopy solution at their booth and at the Interoperability Showcase, where attendees could watch several live use case scenarios simulating healthcare environments and witness how standards-based transactions streamline clinical workflows regardless of device brand or software or service provider. Fujitsu and Inofile also showcased their new document imaging solution running on the ScanSnap device. The Inofile software is designed to help healthcare organizations reach Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements. Read more »

Nuance Analyst Briefing 2010

Randall Dazo
 Mar 26, 2010

In February, Nuance held an industry analyst briefing to provide an update of new announcements, status of the acquisition and integration of eCopy, and the future direction of the imaging group. Robert Weideman, Nuance General Manager and SVP, kicked off the meeting with an overview of Nuance and the history of their company. With the tagline “Nuance — the experience speaks for itselfâ„¢”, Mr. Weideman recounted the rich history of applications, solutions and technology wins for the company. Some of these include mobile solutions in over 3 billion cell phones, applications in 4,000 healthcare institutions, and more than 8 billion customer care interactions annually utilizing some form of Nuance technology. Although many of these accolades stem from their speech to text division, there are certainly strong statistics coming from their document imaging group such as more than 21 million registered desktop users and 100,000 MFP solutions. Nonetheless, Nuance has positioned itself as a leader in the conversion space, whether it is voice or image to text. Read more »

IRISLink 2009 – Brussels, Belgium

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 Feb 3, 2009

Photo taken by Alfonso @ www.faq-mac.com

Photo taken by Alfonso @ www.faq-mac.com

Belgium is well-known all over the world for being the capital of luxury chocolate, which looks more like expensive jewelry to the disorientated tourists in the specialty shops. In the office equipment industry, however, Belgium is also known to be the country of many network document solutions providers, including I.R.I.S. SA. I.R.I.S. is located in Louvain la Neuve and is one of today’s leaders of OCR and document management solutions.

On the 2nd and 3rd of February, I.R.I.S. held its annual partners and analysts event (IRISLink 2009) at the Sheraton and SkyHall hotels, a stone’s throw away from Brussels international airport. The convention gathered over 600 participants, including I.R.I.S. key partners, resellers, clients, and industry analysts from different regions of the world, coming to hear about the company’s latest announcements on product development, technology breakthroughs, and strategic partnerships. It is no news that IRISLink has become one of the most important IT events in Benelux and Western Europe in the last few years.

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