A2iA Named Principle Recognition Engine for Check-Image Processing within the Alogent Cloud
New York, December 5, 2017 – A2iA (@A2iA), an award-winning developer of artificial intelligence and machine-learning based software for the worldwide data capture, document processing, and payment systems markets, today announced its a2ia CheckReader™ software has been selected as the principal recognition engine for all scanner-based check-image processing within Alogent’s newly released Alogent Cloud. With the ability to deliver software and services in real-time to financial institutions, Alogent Cloud is flexible and scalable, making all Alogent solutions available in a subscription-based model, facilitating a rapid return on investment, and gains in both efficiency and service levels. Alogent, an A2iA partner for more than 15 years, is an innovator in end-to-end enterprise payment processing, content management and digital account opening solutions for financial institutions.
“The Alogent Cloud is advanced technology, designed to optimize the investment of the financial institution,” said Jason Schwabline, SVP, Product Management & Strategy. “Incorporating A2iA’s proven image analysis and recognition software is a natural fit and a testament to A2iA’s commitment to innovation and dedication to delivering the most advanced capabilities to the payment processing market.”
“Expanding our footprint with Alogent through the new Alogent Cloud enables even more financial institutions to benefit from a scalable solution and to turn payment data into actionable business intelligence,” added Wendi Klein, A2iA Chief Marketing Officer. “Our proven partnership continues to deliver automation through innovation in the global market place.”
a2ia CheckReader is the global standard for advanced image analysis and intelligent recognition software, powering millions of daily transactions around the world. By integrating its capabilities into Alogent Cloud to read all printed and handwritten data from checks and payment documents, financial institutions gain enhanced automation rates, a fast time to market, and control over the best deployment model that works for them.