“Maestro unlocks handwritten content in unstructured form fields or documents,” says Ann Blevins, EDAC’s CEO and President.
Fredericksburg, VA (PRWEB) June 09, 2016
EDAC Systems, Inc., a leading value-added reseller and integrator of document imaging / capture and content / record management solutions and services to its government and commercial clients, today announced the release of its new product SCRIPTfinder for locating and separating handwritten words in unstructured fields or text. SCRIPTfinder detects and forwards handwritten email addresses to EDAC’s advanced intelligent word recognition (IWR) product, ReadSCRIPT, for interpretation. As an integrated module within the EDAC ReadSCRIPT® and IBM® Datacap workflow, SCRIPTfinder performs a handwriting analysis on the electronic document or form field, and returns the number of words found with their XY Coordinates to ReadSCRIPT for Intelligent Word Recognition. For email addresses, SCRIPTfinder discovers the handwritten email addresses, divides the email address into its three components, (“email name”, the “@”, and “email provider”), then passes these to ReadSCRIPT for recognition and index extraction.
“SCRIPTfinder unlocks handwritten content in unstructured form fields or documents,” says Ann Blevins, EDAC’s CEO and President. “By separating the individual handwritten words, content within handwritten medical records, loan applications, historical records, and many other documents becomes keyword searchable. Comparative analysis and content analytics can be applied to these handwritten documents for individual and global results. Prior to SCRIPTfinder, these documents would be manually reviewed and notated; manually transcribed, or completely avoided and ignored. With the addition of SCRIPTfinder, users can have access to better analytical data without added expense and manpower.”
About ReadSCRIPT Advanced Handwriting Recognition Module for IBM® Datacap
EDAC's Advanced Handwriting Recognition Module for IBM Datacap automates the processing, recognition, classification, and index extraction from all paper files, records, structured forms, machine-printed, and handwritten documents. ReadSCRIPT locates and parses handwritten words within unstructured documents by using its add-on module SCRIPTfinder. As a plug-in to IBM’s Datacap workflow, ReadSCRIPT supplements IBM Datacap’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR), and Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) engines by using Intelligent Word Recognition (IWR) and Intelligent Phrase Recognition (IPR) methodologies.
About EDAC Systems, Inc.
For over twenty-five years, EDAC has been recognized as an industry leading system integrator and software developer, providing innovative, cost effective, and reliable products and support to its government and commercial clients. By combining EDAC’s expertise with products from OEM’s such as IBM, Fujitsu, Kodak Alaris, Canon, and other “Best of Business” product providers, EDAC delivers integrated solutions and support for applications including document capture, image processing, content and records management, and correspondence tracking. In addition, EDAC’s ReadSCRIPT® automates the processing, recognition, classification, and index extraction of hand printed or handwritten fields or text from all paper files, records, and structured and unstructured forms; and offers Check Processing, Signature Verification and Reconciliation, and a Handwriting Learning Module; PurePAGE® provides image enhancement and image re-sizing / increasing image resolution; VeriDact® redacts Personal Identity, Personal Health, or Company Identity Information Protection; and VeriDact® Correspondence Tracking processes public or customer inquiries, requests, and other electronic notices from start to finish.
To learn more, contact Greg Blevins, EDAC Systems, Inc., (888) 610-3322, gblevins(at)edacsystems(dot)com or visit http://www.edacsystems.com.
IBM is a trademark of International Business Machines, Inc. ReadSCRIPT, PurePAGE, and VeriDact are trademarks of EDAC Systems, Inc.