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DocsCorp has extended the reach of its bulk document processing platform, contentCrawler, to Dropbox and Dropbox Business to ensure documents are 100% searchable in the cloud and on-premises. contentCrawler is powered by the ABBYY OCR engine.

Paxata has added a new feature to its Adaptive Information Platform. Intelligent Automation provides a new, smart algorithmic capability that enables business analysts to automate and operationalize complex data preparation projects and flows with the click of a button, accelerating the delivery of analytical projects.

Software developer Smarsh has introduced the latest version of Control for Microsoft Teams. The data-loss prevention (DLP) solution enables users to enforce internal policies, and to block and delete content within Teams, strengthening compliance, risk and security efforts.

Kofax has announced the availability of Kofax Robotic Process Automation (RPA) 10.4, the latest version of the Kofax RPA solution that now includes Automatic Process Discovery and Robotic Lifecycle Management with Git (an open source version-control system for tracking programing changes).

Data storage solution provider Komprise has announced two major product updates: Support for both user and policy driven archiving, and the launch of its standalone NAS migration solution.

ABBYY’s intelligent capture revenue grew by 34% in 2018, five times the market growth rate, according to the company’s just released annual results. The worldwide enterprise capture software market is expected to reach $US1.2 billion by 2022 according to IDC.

Adlib Software, a developer of file analytics and data enrichment solutions, has launched Adlib Elevate 2.4 to enable Robotic Process Automation (RPA) systems to leverage data from unstructured documents (email, MS Office, CAD and other formats) from various document repositories.

Dynamsoft has released a new version of its Barcode Reader Software Development Kit with several new updates that include improved performance for decoding blurred or fuzzy barcodes and average barcode read speed increases of 5-10 percent.

Outback Imaging Pty Ltd, the home of EzeScan, has announced its integration with Box cloud ECM to provide cost-effective capture solutions for both hard copy and digital born documents.

Fujitsu has announced the expansion of ScanSnap Cloud, a service that was previously available in other regions, and is now available in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Indonesia. ScanSnap Cloud enables ScanSnap users to streamline workflow by delivering one-button scanned data directly to their favourite cloud services such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Google Photo, and OneDrive, without a computer or mobile device.

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