Lexmark Launches AccuRead Automate 2.0 for Multifunction Printers | Lexmark United Kingdom

Lexmark Launches AccuRead Automate 2.0 for Multifunction Printers

New features enhance capabilities through the recognition of multi-page documents, increasing efficiency and performance

Maidenhead, 28 June 2016

Lexmark has enhanced its AccuRead Automate application for multifunctional printers (MFPs) with the new features available from August 2016. The software now automatically recognises multi-page documents and understands that a document is for example, a two, three or four-page invoice. This only requires an initial input of the different variants which eliminates manual pre-sorting and further increases efficiency. Additional enhancements include expanded automation functions that provide even faster and more precise capture and processing of documents and greatly accelerates downstream processes.

Capable of learning, precise and fast
The new version optimises the core features of the AccuRead Automate solution, ensuring a smoother operation. This includes significant performance improvement in the speed of classifying the documents and storing them in retrievable file formats.

The new version also provides more precise classification methods with sorting now performed on the full text, not just the layout of a document. This enables the recognition and classification of documents that do not fully match one of the “learned” categories. As a result, AccuRead Automate 2.0 ensures a significantly lower error rate than previous versions.

Availability and offerings for resellers
The new AccuRead Automate solution is available for the new Lexmark CX7 and CX8 Series of colour printer products. For older Lexmark products with different firmware, future versions will be offered that provide the same enhancements.

Supporting Quotes
“Businesses in the UK, struggle with capturing printed information and retrieving it easily when needed," explains Danny Molhoek, General Manager, North West Europe at Lexmark. “Often manual steps are required for before and after the scanning process owing to the wide variety of document types available. Other barriers to data extraction from printed documents include insufficient employee training and limited network bandwidth in remote locations."
“This update optimises the core features of the AccuRead Automate solution, ensuring a smoother operation. It also includes significant improvements in speed and performance when classifying documents and extracting the relevant information.”

About AccuRead Automate
AccuRead Automate permits the partially automated capture and processing of documents. The software recognises and classifies documents as pages are scanned and extracts the key information from them. Through this process, AccuRead Automate names and indexes files automatically, routes the captured data to predefined destinations and makes it available to downstream business applications.

AccuRead Automate uses algorithms for the teaching of document classes. As its classification knowledge grows, the solution can automatically recognise and sort the scanned documents.

In addition, up to four fields can be defined in a document for the extraction of information. These can then be used to name files automatically or store them in an index file that other business applications can access.

Want to know more about AccuRead Automate? Watch the video here.

About Lexmark
Lexmark (NYSE: LXK) creates enterprise software, hardware and services that remove the inefficiencies of information silos and disconnected processes, connecting people to the information they need at the moment they need it. Open the possibilities at www.lexmark.co.uk

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