Digital pen technology is evolving, and the Neo Smartpen N2 offers a small, attractive and lightweight form factor at a price point that suits many business processes, worker types and emerging markets.
Norkopping, Sweden (PRWEB UK) 21 October 2014
XMS Penvision is pleased to announce it has signed agreements with NeoLAB Convergence Inc of Korea in order to compliment the growing range of input devices and methods available to its Formidable Digital Writing Platform.
Formidable has become the world's most used digital writing platform supporting some 27,000 users globally across 40 countries. Formidable provides a simple web-based platform that enables the set up, completion and output in digital format of handwritten business forms on either tablets or paper. Formidable’s highly accurate handwriting recognition capabilities are powered by industry-leading MyScript technology.
Formidable’s compelling business proposition means forms can be written and completed in the field as normal, yet converted to data files and electronic documents for integration to back office applications and document management systems within seconds.
Tarek Ghouri, VP of Sales for XMS Penvision said “The Neo Smartpen N2 takes digital pen technology to a smarter level by adding features that will enable tighter integration and immediate data validation via iOS and Android tablets and smartphones. Digital writing is evolving, and the Neo Smartpen N2 offers a small, attractive and lightweight form factor at a price point that suits many processes, worker types and emerging markets”.
In a separate agreement NeoLAB Convergence Inc has become a distributor of Formidable in Asia and will assist in developing key features into the Neo Smartpen N2 required for specific markets and verticals.
Jiwan Park, CSO for NeoLAB Convergence said “Our Neo Smartpens have already become a success in note taking and the N2 brings a whole new level of functionality in a sleek slim design. With these important agreements, we are partnering with the global leader in business orientated data capture based on natural input, allowing us to go to market immediately”.
As XMS Penvision’s CEO Mats Beijer-Olsen explains “By complementing our current input offerings, we believe we are providing existing and potential customers more choice and advanced features that will enhance the whole concept of digital writing regardless of business size. We are energized by the marketable solutions these agreements give us and believe it will put both companies at the forefront of digital writing globally“.