AnyDoc Software, a leading provider of automated document, data capture, and classification solutions, announced that its flagship product OCR for AnyDoc®has been named a Best Channel Product for 2010 by Business Solutions magazine.
OCR for AnyDoc automatically captures and processes data from any form or document, alleviating the burden of manual document processing for clients across a wide array of industries. Accurate, validated data and indexed images are then seamlessly delivered to any ECM, ERP, accounting, document management, or other back-end system. By eliminating tedious manual sorting and manual data entry, accurate data is available much faster and at a lower cost than manual processing. This allows organizations to respond more quickly to information and make better business decisions.
"This recognition demonstrates our commitment to provide our valued resellers and customers with the most advanced document and data capture solutions that maximize their investment and optimize business processes," said David Talarico, Vice President of channel sales for AnyDoc Software. "Our continual efforts to improve our industry-leading technologies for the growing needs of the marketplace reflect in this award. We aim to solve business issues and do not shy from difficult documents or business challenges."
AnyDoc is recognized as a 2010 winner in the Richness of Features/Functionality and Product Reliability/Durability categories.
"Best Channel Products" were selected from an industry survey conducted between April and May of 2010. More than 16,000 votes were received, and the survey results were calculated by Penn State University and the Business Solutions' editorial staff to ensure accuracy.
To learn more about OCR for AnyDoc Software, visit www.ocrforanydoc.com.
About AnyDoc Software
AnyDoc Software has been developing award-winning document, data capture, and classification solutions since 1989. More than 3,000 clients and 70,000 users worldwide in 45 countries rely on AnyDoc solutions to eliminate millions of hours of manual data entry while improving their productivity and data accuracy.