RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) August 07, 2018
The TWAIN Working Group (TWG), a not-for-profit organization designed to provide and foster a universal public standard which links applications and image acquisition devices, today announced that P3iD Technologies, Inc. has joined the Group as an Associate member. P3iD Technologies, the developer of the Business Efficiency Center, a highly secure document and data platform for capture, extraction, and storage, has gained early development access to the TWAIN Direct specification as a new member of the Group. P3iD is incorporating TWAIN Direct in its commercial offering of Avalonia™, to be demonstrated live at the Harvey Spencer Associates Capture 2018 conference September 5-6 in New York.
The P3iD Business Efficiency Center (BEC) is a fully customizable platform. Through the use of modules, BEC can reduce labor cost, increase efficiency by improving business processes, and significantly reduce the breach risk of important data.
TWAIN Direct is the first zero-footprint, mobile-ready version of TWAIN's royalty-free open standard protocol. It expedites development of applications accessing scanners, without requiring vendor-specific drivers. TWAIN Direct supports direct communication between a desktop or mobile applications and scanning devices and addresses the need for something simple and direct that speeds along application development and results in a feature-rich end user experience.
“We’ve been watching the TWAIN Working Group and its member companies work on the TWAIN Direct initiative for a number of years and wanted to be sure this is something we employed in our solution as TWAIN has been a proven standard in the Capture market for a very long time,” stated Kevin Neal, CEO of P3iD. “We are excited to become a member and provide development experience and feedback for the Group on the first commercial application to be released incorporating TWAIN Direct.”
Said Jon Harju, TWAIN Chair, and CTO at Visioneer, Inc., “The timing is really perfect for P3iD to join the Group ahead of our formal release of the TWAIN Direct technologies and specifications. As a member, P3iD has early access to both influence and integrate TWAIN Direct with their cloud platform and be first to market. This is a huge milestone for the TWAIN Working Group and we are very excited that P3iD Technologies is working together with us to make this happen.”
About P3iD Technologies, Inc.
P3iD Technologies, Inc., develops and integrates, an extensible modular platform for capture, extraction, and storage of documents and data. Based on modern client, mobile, and cloud-based business process solutions, it's augmented by impenetrable ID verification security, blockchain technology, and speech technology to serve enterprises of any size. Our people, process, and partners (P3) are the core to our entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, technologies, and our flexibility, which allows organizations to realize a true return on investment quicker. For more information contact email@example.com or go to http://www.p3idtech.com.
About The TWAIN Working Group
The TWAIN Working Group, established in 1992, is a not-for-profit association of industry leaders who have gathered to create a standard that benefits the imaging industry as a whole. TWAIN's purpose is to provide and foster a universal public standard which links applications and image acquisition devices. The ongoing mission of this organization is to continue to enhance the standard to accommodate future technologies. TWAIN generates multiple opportunities for application developers and users to access information and broaden the standard; through a developer’s forum (twainforum.org), main website (twain.org), Wikipedia page and online self-certification process. Current members of the TWAIN Working Group include Visioneer, Inc., Panasonic Corporation, ExactCODE GmbH, Fujitsu Computer Products of America Inc., InoTec GmbH Organisationssyteme, Kodak Alaris, P3iD Technologies, Inc., Atalasoft, Microtek, Inc., Picture Elements, Dynamsoft, Epson America, Inc., ABBYY, PDF Association, HazyBits and Hewlett Packard. More information about the TWAIN API and imaging standard can be obtained on The TWAIN Working Group's Web site at twain.org