Forest Hills, NY - CVISION Technologies Inc., a leading provider of software to optimize the accessibility and processes associated with document capture, announced today that it will be providing a national technology corporation with a document capture solution. The organization purchased PdfCompressor 5.0 with OCR to process up to 5,000,000 scanned pages.
The organization is devoted to addressing complex research and development challenges in areas of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The corporation's IT department needed an OCR engine that would be capable of handling the high volume processing needs. The department decided to evaluate CVISION's PdfCompressor; after conducting their testing, they found that the solution was proficient in handling the company's document capture needs.
The technology corporation will use CVISION's PdfCompressor with OCR to process up to 5,000,000 scanned pages, which will allow the corporation to be more dynamic, and not spend extra time and other resources searching for specific information. PdfCompressor is able to combine advanced file compression, OCR, PDF conversion, and image processing to produce the most compact and text searchable paper-based documents possible.
"Generating more efficient image documents through the use of advanced document capture software allows corporations to leverage technology in order to create a competitive advantage. This solution reinforces the need for advanced document capture solutions for any organization. Our software allows our clients to search, access, and transmit documents instantly to maximize efficiency "said Chris Koulouris, marketing director at CVISION Technologies.
CVISION Technologies, Inc. creates software to optimize the accessibility and processes associated with document capture. CVISION offers the best in file compression, recognition technology, automated data extraction, and PDF workflow applications. Through more efficient, automated workflows, CVISION clients can realize a measurable return on their document-driven processes.