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The Future of the Scanning Hardware Market

As the editor and publisher of DIR, and more recently, Americas regional manager for infoSource, I've spent a lot of time covering the document-related hardware market. When I started back in the late 1990s, high-volume scanners were the…
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Document Centric AI Platform Now Available on Cloud

Last year, as part of our AIIM Conference coverage, we ran a story on Moonoia, a Belgium service bureau that had developed its own capture software, including handprint and handwriting recognition . Those recognition capabilities, which…

A Closer Look at Some of the New Trends in the Market

There is an old adage that “everything old is new again,” and document imaging industry veteran Greg Council thinks he may have already seen some of the new “innovations” sweeping the market these days. This includes AI, RPA, and even…

Reveille Expands from APM to Broader Analytics

Reveille has historically collected data on capture and ECM applications, with the purpose of enabling its customers to proactively manage performance. In other words, if an ECM or capture process is broken, Reveille’s software is designed…

Modern Architecture Key to Haystac’s Potential

Anthony Macciola has been in the document capture market for more than 25 years. As you can imagine, he’s seen quite a few automatic document classification and extraction offerings. So, why is he excited to have recently joined Haystac as…

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SER’s growth double that of ECM market competition

(29 May 2018 – Bonn) Around 10% revenue growth: The SER Group has further strengthened its top positioning as the largest European software vendor for enterprise content management* (ECM). In the fiscal year 2017, the SER Group grew more…