ABBYY Ships Recognition Server 3.0

Moscow, Russia (PressExposure) September 29, 2011 -- ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic software, today announced the worldwide availability of ABBYY Recognition Server 3.0, the latest version of its award-winning solution for document capture and optical character recognition (OCR). ABBYY Recognition Server is a server-based solution for automating document processing in enterprise and service-based environments. Version 3.0 builds upon Recognition Server with new batch scanning, efficient indexing, and scripting support to deliver a more complete functionality for document capture and conversion. By leveraging its scalable architecture, customers can easily deploy document processing projects of any scale with significant time and cost savings.

The product is designed to automatically convert large volumes of paper documents or document images into fully searchable electronic text suitable for business processes such as document archiving, e-discovery, and enterprise search. Recognition Server enables automated, unattended processing which can be centrally managed and accessed from multiple points within the organization or remotely. Recognition Server can also connect with a variety of back-end systems and third-party applications with integration via Scripts, XML tickets, a Web-service API, or a COM-based API. ABBYY intelligent OCR and PDF conversion technology delivers highly accurate document conversion with recognition of up to 190 languages.

New Recognition Server functionality is delivered through the addition of two new "stations" to the Recognition Server package. A new Scanning Station extends Recognition Server's capabilities beyond simple "back-end" processing to now support also capture of documents. Recognition Server's new Indexing Station provides a simple, efficient way to manually extract key data from a document for quick and easy indexing and cataloguing of document metadata.

"Recognition Server is designed to provide easily deployable and manageable automated document conversion," explained Andrey Isaev, director of Technology Products for ABBYY. "Our latest enhancements make the link between document input and output more seamless.Our scanning station provides intuitive tool for inputting documents directly into Recognition Server while the 'point-and-click' indexing and new scripting capabilities for customizing separation and routing help make output documents more suitable for further processing."


ABBYY is a leading provider of document conversion, data capture and linguistic software. The key areas of ABBYY's research and development include document recognition technologies and applied linguistics.
ABBYY's recognition technologies and products help people manage the increasing amount of information delivering powerful instruments which enable them to: unlock information from paper and images, automatically acquire data, and process and store valuable information. Using recognition and data capture products, people save money and effort typically spent on data entry, and benefit from the ability to access information in new, more efficient ways. Our linguistic products help break down language barriers, facilitating easier and clearer communication.
The overall number of users of ABBYY products, which range from end user applications for PC and mobile devices to enterprise solutions and development tools, exceeds 30 million people according to internal research.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 29, 2011 at 5:44 am
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