Nuance OmniPage Server 2 Features Integrated Document Classification, Enhanced Language Support, More
Nuance Communications today rolled out OmniPage Server 2, the newest version of the Nuance OmniPage Server solution for converting paper-based documents into PDFs. This latest version features several enhancements, including an enhanced user experience with flexible configuration options; API-enabled document classification; and cloud-deployment options through Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
With its OCR (optical character recognition), OmniPage automatically convert scanned paper documents into PDFs. It also automatically converts other popular file formats , such as TIFF and JPEG, into various word processing, spreadsheet, and other document types, including DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, RTF, TXT, text PDF, searchable PDF, and PDF/A.
Nuance OmniPage Server 2 is said to extend the capabilities of previous offerings, providing “an industrial-strength, reliable, fast and accurate solution for high volume document and image conversion,” according to Nuance.
The firm says that the most significant enhancement to OmniPage Server 2, the updated user interface with new simplified installation option, enables set-up on a single device in minutes, making it quickly accessible.
Nuance says that office-imaging dealers and enterprises without networking or server-configuration expertise can install and begin executing high-volume document-conversion processes almost immediately. Once setup, users will have access to the Web Conversion Client, with its intuitive interface, as they configure and run document-conversion jobs.
OmniPage Server 2’s document conversion and classification services are said to be foundational technologies for robotic process automation applications. Document-based information must be converted into machine-readable formats and be identified by “type” to perform advanced analytics. Using OmniPage Server, organizations can drive analytics, streamline document-based business processes, and deliver information to an unlimited number of folders and sub-folders. “Folder watching” capabilities can detect PDF and image files, and automatically designate them for conversion, bringing greater efficiency to an enterprise’s document-conversion workflow.
Nuance OmniPage Server 2 converts PDFs and other popular file types into searchable PDFs and other editable files. Other updates include improved OCR accuracy and speed, support for right-to-left languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew, and enhanced Intelligent Workflow Runner, which, when combined with the Workflow Designer, can create more complex workflows.
For more information on Nuance’s OmniPage Server, visit the firm here.
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