ABBYY has unveiled a new software development kit (SDK) called Mobile Capture, enabling an end-to-end point-and-capture mobile experience. This means that user data is captured by the camera, after which it is immediately available for processing.
According to ABBYY, mobile users in sectors such as banking, insurance, logistics and healthcare are still seeing endless registration processes. In addition, they are always expected to enter document information manually into the apps. This takes a lot of time, but also creates an inaccurate and unreliable onboarding process and poor customer experiences.
Thanks to the Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven SDK, mobile users do not have to enter their data manually. Instead, users enter all the necessary information by pointing the camera at the document or text. Thanks to a combination of ABBY’s mobile technologies, applications automatically extract text and data from documents and objects in real time. In addition, the best image quality is captured for further processing in the back-end. According to ABBYY itself, this technique benefits customer growth and customer retention.
It also enables a new, seamless user experience for onboarding and data entry scenarios, such as registration and document feeding. Mobile Capture also supports digital transformations and robotic process automation (RPA).
Mobile Capture now recognizes 63 languages, including Dutch, on any background. It also features out-of-the-box recognition of over 160 types of ID cards, bank cards, machine readable zones and IBANs.
More accessible and faster
According to Bruce Orcutt, Senior Vice President of Product Marketing at ABBYY, the Mobile Capture SDK creates benefits for both organizations and end users by making mobile interfaces more intuitive. This also makes them more accessible and faster. “The solution is designed for the workforce of the future, a group driven by convenience, who prefers mobile for administrative tasks, and who embraces plenty of smarter working methods.
The Mobile Capture SDK can be integrated into both new and existing applications for iOS and Android. The toolkit also supports programming samples and a quick-start guide to help developers get started.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.