Umango Software for Document Conversion, Routing, and Data Extraction Now Available for Sharp Copier/MFPs
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America reports that Umango, a developer of software for streamlining document-scanning routing, conversion, and extraction, has joined the Sharp Partner Program, and achieved validation of its Sharp OSA-developed integrations for Umango Convert and Umango Extract document-scanning, file-conversion, and imaging software for use with Sharp OSA-enabled copier/MFPs.
Umango has developed an embedded software application based on Sharp’s Sharp OSA development platform. Together with Sharp OSA technology, Umango provides document-input and output processing via OSA-enabled Sharp MFPs’ touch-screens.
Umango Convert is a document-conversion and routing utility that runs as a Microsoft Windows Service. Documents are triggered from MFPs, email attachments, and network folders and converted into a range of document formats (docx, xlsx, searchable pdf/a, etc.) and then routed into network folders or to various office products.
Umango Extract is a batch-scanning application with naming, indexing, and storing of documents. Documents may be scanned from supported MFPs and scanners, or imported from network folders. Data can be extracted and profiled at supported MFPs or at a desktop PC. Once captured, the data and document can be routed to various office products.
Using data-extraction tools such as zonal OMR, zonal OCR, barcodes, keywords, and lasso OCR, documents are indexed, named, and store. Umango can create a directory tree based on document index values and export in numerous formats including TIFF, PDF, PDF/A ,or text searchable PDF/A.
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