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DocuLex Releases Professional Capture Document Imaging Software

27 Jun, 2006

DocuLex Releases Professional Capture Document Imaging Software

Document imaging and management software creator DocuLex (www.doculex.com) has released the update of the company's flagship production document imaging program Professional Capture, now featuring zonal optical character recognition (OCR) capability. Zonal OCR provides the ability to target specific areas on a page for OCR processing, allowing simplified recognition and extraction of targeted content.

DocuLex Professional Capture with zonal OCR capability enhances production speed of document imaging, benefiting users in organizations of sizable document volumes. This program has become the industry leader for comprehensive, cost effective scanning, content indexing, image processing and file export. All needed production document imaging tools are within the program, with an intuitive user layout.

Utilizing barcode technology creating customized document separator sheets, the program enables both full text and zonal OCR in 10 prominent world languages. Additional capabilities include image coding and endorsing, conversion to PDF Image + Text, TIF, JPG, CSV or ASCII formats, with image quality control, high speed printing and export to most prominent document management systems, including DocuLex WebSearch.

DocuLex Professional Capture is a Windows based, open system formatted program, easily operated by document imaging beginners while flexible for experienced users. The program supports most production and desktop scanners, as well as digital multifunctional scanning units.

For additional information on DocuLex Professional Capture, call DocuLex at (863) 297-3691 ext 236, email info@doculex.com or request an online program demonstration at www.doculex.com/downloads.asp.

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