ABBYY Recognition Server
Powerful server-based OCR software for automated document capture and PDF conversion
ABBYY Recognition Server provides powerful server-based OCR functionality for automated document capture and PDF conversion. Designed for mid- to high-volume batch processing, it enables organizations and scanning service providers to establish cost-efficient processes for converting paper, as well as TIFF, JPEG, and PDF image documents into electronic files suitable for full-text search and long-term digital archiving.
Recognition Server automatically acquires images from scanners, files, fax and e-mail servers, and Microsoft SharePoint libraries perform server-side optical character recognition (OCR) and enables the addition of metadata. The results are delivered directly to network folders, SharePoint libraries or other storage and management systems and in any of a wide range of formats. These include MRC-compressed searchable PDF or PDF/A files, XML data, editable documents such as Microsoft Word and Excel® files, and plain text files.
Recognition Server’s distributed and highly scalable architecture means it can run on multiple servers within a network and convert high volumes of documents in a short time. It’s quick deployment, easy administration and automated work routines make Recognition Server an investment that brings fast returns.
An Automated Document Conversion Solution for Digital Archiving, Electronic Search, and Enterprise-wide Access
- Automated Conversion to PDF & PDF/A Formats — Enables digitization of large document collections and automated conversion of scans into PDF or PDF/A-formats that can be electronically stored and archived
- An Enterprise-level Document Conversion Service — Provides an on-demand OCR and document conversion service for employees or customers – available online at anytime and from anywhere
- Creation of Full-text Searchable SharePoint Libraries — Generates searchable text for scanned or faxed documents stored in Microsoft® SharePoint® libraries to enable indexing by the SharePoint search engine