ING Group Implements Brainware for Invoice Processing Automation

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Global Financial Institution Deploys Scalable, Language-Agnostic Platform for Streamlined Financial Operations

Brainware, part of Perceptive Software, is proud to announce that ING Group, one of the world’s largest banks with more than $1.6 trillion in assets, has implemented Brainware Distiller for the efficient capture and validation of header and line-item data from paper-based documents at the financial institution’s headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

“As a Forbes Global 50 company, ING is in a position to adopt literally any technology that offers a compelling ROI, and we believe this contract demonstrates that Brainware offers the most powerful, scalable application for efficiency and visibility in document-based process automation,” said Carl E. Mergele, General Manager and Executive Vice President at Brainware. “No other data capture offering can match Brainware’s out-of-the-box capabilities for integration with disparate content management platforms, handling numerous languages, addressing different and complex reporting requirements, and straight-through processing of PO-based invoices.”

ING is a global financial institution of Dutch origin, offering banking, investments, life insurance and retirement services to meet the needs of a broad customer base. For more information, please visit

About Brainware
Brainware, part of Perceptive Software, a Lexmark company (NYSE: LXK), is an innovative provider of intelligent data capture and enterprise search solutions that help Global 2000 companies eliminate costly manual data entry, rapidly process large volumes of documents and retrieve data from across the enterprise. Its solutions were built from the ground up to manage unstructured data without templates, exact definitions, taxonomies or indexing. With executive offices in Ashburn, Virginia, Brainware maintains global sales and support operations through its North American, U.K. and European offices. For more information, please visit

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