ABBYY Recognition Server is a document conversion server that automatically converts paper, image and electronic documents and saves them as compressed archive compliant files, such as PDF or PDF/A. It helps organizations of any size optimize business processes while also achieving compliance, collaboration and long-term storage goals.
Manage the Whole Document Capture Process
Cover all steps of document capture, from the scanning and indexing through to the exporting of documents to archiving and document management systems.
Highly Accurate Recognition in over 190 Languages
The award-winning ABBYY's OCR technology delivers unprecedented recognition accuracy for any kind of documents.
Unattended Server-based Processing
Document conversion tasks are performed automatically on a server, during scheduled hours or round-the-clock.
With its ability to use resources of additional computers and CPUs during the processing, Recognition Server can convert virtually any volume of documents within the required timeframe. In addition, there is no need for complex system configuration - it takes just a few minutes to extend the processing power by plugging additional stations into the system.
Recognition Server provides a remote management console as a central administration point for defining processing parameters, creating specific workflows for particular projects and managing recognition stations across the enterprise.
Compatible with various scanners and ECM systems
Recognition Server will supplement your scanning devices and back-end software with powerful document capture functionality.
Connect to Microsoft and Google Enterprise Search systems
ABBYY Recognition Server connects as a background OCR server to enterprise systems such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, Windows Search and Google Search Appliance, enhancing their capabilities to search over the content of document images.
Flexible Integration Tools
Integration with scanners, MFPs, imaging applications and backend systems has never been easier. Recognition Server can communicate with other systems in a number of ways: via watched folders, email, COM-compatible API or Web Service API. The program provides all the features to function as an OCR Web Service in a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).