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Efficient document processing with ABBYY at CeBIT 2014

Munich, 03 March 2014 - The theme for CeBIT 2014 is Datability and consequently ABBYY Europe, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies and services, will demonstrate solutions for efficient and highly accurate capture and processing of information from different input channels, like paper, fax, or e-mail, for their fast integration into relevant business processes and workflows. ABBYY will present its new solution FlexiCapture for Mailroom, which offers optimized classification, capture and structuring of big volumes of unstructured data. Thus, companies gain fast access to their information. Additionally, ABBYY proudly introduces FineReader 12, the newest version of its award-winning OCR software with numerous new features and improvements.

From March 10 to 14 2014, ABBYY's experts will be on hand in hall 3, stand F18, to demonstrate a broad portfolio of powerful input management solutions for digital mailroom, invoice processing, document scanning and archiving and mobile data and document capture. ABBYY's brand new solutions FlexiCapture for Mailroom and FlexiCapture for Invoices allow companies to digitise and capture data from their customer communication and correspondence quickly and easily to automate their document-based business processes. ABBYY's solutions provide a fast and flexible routing of data to back-end systems and business processes - no matter, if they are from business communications, invoices, forms or e-mails. Functionalities for document capture via the web browser and the use of cloud or mobile capture enable flexible adjustment of capture scenarios to specific requirements - for optimal efficiency and productivity.

Joining ABBYY on the stand will be selected partners who will present their own innovative solutions for managing document-based business processes:

  • d.velop international will showcase ecspand ECM, its Microsoft SharePoint based technology for automated document input, into which they integrate ABBYY FlexiCapture for a complete invoice processing solution.
  • KGS Software will demonstrate new solutions for archiving and document management in SAP that can be extended to a full-fledged mailroom solution with ABBYY FlexiCapture.

"It is crucial for companies of all sectors and size to be able to process data from high volumes of incoming documents, forms and invoices quickly and efficiently", says Jupp Stoepetie, CEO & President of ABBYY Europe. "We are happy to present solutions that allow optimized capture of data and automated transfer into respective channels. Thus, we, together with our partners, help companies to optimize their processes and increase their productivity."

Additionally, ABBYY will introduce FineReader 12, the brand new version of its award-winning text recognition (OCR) software, which turns scans of paper documents, PDF files, and digital photographs into searchable and editable formats - with up to 99,8 %* recognition accuracy. The new version offers an even more efficient handling of scanned paper documents, and further simplifies information access significantly. ABBYY PDF Transformer+, a completely new, comprehensive PDF tool for all kinds of tasks with PDF documents, will also be shown at CeBIT. New product versions for the integration of powerful OCR functionalities into third-party applications, like FineReader Engine, FlexiCapture Engine and comprehensive SDKs for Mobile and Cloud, plus Recognition Server for conversion and archiving of high volumes of documents will also be demonstrated. Thus, ABBYY will feature a broad portfolio of products and solutions for text recognition, document conversion and data capture.

*According to internal ABBYY testing. Accuracy and formatting results can vary depending on factors such as document quality and scanner settings.

ABBYY is a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, and linguistic technologies and services. Its products include the ABBYY FineReader line of optical character recognition (OCR) applications, ABBYY FlexiCapture line of data capture solutions, ABBYY Lingvo dictionary software, and development tools. ABBYY Language Services provides comprehensive linguistic solutions to corporate customers. Paper-intensive organizations from all over the world use ABBYY solutions to automate time- and labour-consuming tasks and to streamline business processes. ABBYY products are used in large-scale government projects such as those of Australian Taxation Office, Lithuanian Tax Inspectorate, Ministry of Education of Russia, Ministry of Education of Ukraine, and Montgomery County Government of the USA. Companies that license ABBYY technologies include BancTec, Canon, EMC/Captiva, Hewlett-Packard, KnowledgeLake, Microsoft, NewSoft, Notable Solutions, Samsung Electronics and more. ABBYY OCR applications are shipped with equipment from the world's top manufacturers such as Epson, Fujitsu, Fuji Xerox, Microtek, Panasonic, Plustek, Toshiba, and Xerox. ABBYY is headquartered in Moscow, Russia, with offices in Germany, the UK, the United States, Canada, Ukraine, Cyprus, Australia, Japan and Taiwan. For more information, visit

ABBYY, the ABBYY Logo, FineReader, ADRT, Lingvo, FlexiCapture, Recognition Server, and PDF Transformer are either registered trademarks or trademarks of ABBYY Software Ltd. Other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners and are hereby recognized.


ABBYY Europe GmbH
Colin Miller
Elsenheimerstraße 49
D - 80687 München, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 89/511 159-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89/511 159-59
E-Mail: [email protected]

Juliane Lengning
Baierbrunner Str. 15
D - 81379 München, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 89/ 1730 19-30
E-Mail: [email protected]

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