Tag: Ocr

Mar 07 2016

Lucion’s FileCenter Professional v9 vs. Nuance’s PaperPort Professional v14

The heart of this article is who is better; Nuance PaperPort or FileCenter? The basis of this article is going to look at several aspects of both applications, functionality, cost, development and customer support. Both applications focus on document imaging management; scanning and research. Both of these applications have a lot of the same type …

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Dec 18 2015

Review: FileCenter Professional v9

Last year, I did a review on FileCenter Professional. Prior to that, I had been an over extended period of time user of Nuance’s PaperPort, but before then, I had been doing document imaging in one form or another since 1996. Document Imaging is one of the technologies I’m personally interested in. Not just for …

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Sep 07 2015

Review: NAPS2 – Fast Scan to PDF

Document imaging is a smart way to address document research. I have always said that the most important part of document imaging is making it easy to get your documents into a research application. There’s other applications like Nuance PaperPort and Filecenter that are more robust solutions, but they are also applications with costs associated …

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Jul 15 2015

Review: PDF Converter Elite 4

I was recently approached to do a review on some PDF converter software, PDF Converter Elite 4. I’ve taken last week or so to look over the software, to play with it and test its abilities.I have always felt that the key to proper document management is the ease of use, abilities and cost-effectiveness. PDF …

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Dec 12 2014

Techie Review: FileCenter 8 Professional

    When you’re working with document imaging, it’s very important to make sure that the interface to you’re going to be using works for you. In trying to go paperless, there’s nothing worse than having a software package for document imaging that’s more of a hindrance than a benefit. The document imaging package that you …

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Dec 10 2014

Techie Review: Able2Extract Professional 9

Last year, I was given the opportunity to review a piece of software that was very capable of working with PDF documents; it was called Able2Extract. The Able2Extract application specializes in being able to extract information from PDF documents. Luckily, I was invited to review the software package again. As everyone should know, PDF documents are the standard in …

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May 17 2013

Dragon Notes wants to help you organize your random thoughts

Now is definitely the time to be a curator of your thoughts and ideas. Nuance has released a new piece of software called Dragon Notes. Its initial offering seems to be in the same category as Evernote and Google Keep [web-based]. This move by Nuance is rather interesting because the company itself normally focuses on …

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Apr 29 2013

Techie Review: Nuance OmniPage Ultimate

A new version of OmniPage has just been released. I did a review on OmniPage professional 18 last year and and I tried to cover some of the features that offered at the time, but Nuance is continuing ever forward; pushing the abilities of OCR technology and the integration of the cloud storage. If you’re …

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May 12 2012

PaperPort 14 batch scanning and my suggestion for it…

A couple of weeks ago, I was in the process of scanning a bunch of documents and I realized how much work I was doing in scanning in lots and lots of documents. Doc imaging needs to be easier. In another post I talked about scanning documents in to the system; the importing of these …

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Oct 31 2011

Just Noticed: Lexmark Genesis s815 wi-fi MFM Device

I saw my first MFM device the other day that uses a camera to scan images in to your computer. I saw that there’s been discussions people using cameras to scan and OCR documents, but this was the first I have actually seen on the shelves. It was the Lexmark Genesis. Initially The Lexmark Genesis …

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