Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
The Athento team does not want to end the year without sending its clients and users its warmest wishes for a prosperous new year in 2014. The management team would also like to share some of the new features that you’ll see in the product in 2014.
At the start of the new year, the company will publish the product roadmap, which includes (among other improvements) a more compact interface which will provide all of the capture and document management modules in a more integrated fashion.
This year, we’ll see more of the things that the team has been working on during the second half of 2013, and which will soon be ready to see the light. Victor Sánchez, the Head of R&D, says of the product: “We’ve succeeded in getting documents stored in Athento to be more than just files and metadata. They’re now entities with their own meaning, which contemplate the relationships between users and other documents. This is part of understanding documents; and, for businesses, this means more power and flexibility when it comes time to defining document modules.”
Athento’s functionality will also continue to evolve in 2014. In order to do this, the company has brought on two experts in the optical recognition field who will join a team of experts specializing in classification algorithms and document management, in general. As José Luis de la Rosa, the company’s CEO, says of the company: “The efforts we will make in 2014 will focus on making Athento smarter and smarter, which we understand is the only way of providing a real solution to businesses who, day after day, have to deal with complex volumes of documentation and for whom traditional ECM solutions haven’t offered a complete solution.
Athento Smart Document Management incorporates leading-edge technology such as Machine Learning, Semantics and Image Processing to automate processes related to work on documents. Athento helps businesses automate processes related to the capture, management, storage and delivery of documents. With Athento, a company can get the traditional functionality offered by a document management system, as well as all the functionality of a capture system; and, with modules, also cover needs of delivery, storage and BPM. For businesses, this means a significant reduction of costs and a global document management system that’s robust and integrated within their IT systems.
Athento is used by business such as the DIA Group and Leroy Merlin.