Structured Handwritten Recognition
Streamline document processing reduces cost and time with handwritten text recognition. Smart companies are able to leverage technology to automate the processes associated with handling documents containing structured handwritten text. CVISION's Trapeze provides clients with a solution to intelligently automate document processing.
An important step in maximizing the efficiency of document processing is the recognition of handwritten text. Before companies undertake a solution to reduce document processing through handwritten recognition, they must first understand the limitations of handwritten recognition rates. Out of the box, recognition rates for handwritten text are 30-40%, with the proper rules and parameters in place, recognition rates can exceed 95%. In order to define the rules and understand the intricacies of the documents, companies must find a solution provider with expertise in document processing procedures.
CVISION’s Trapeze suite can examine and understand the document processing environment. Our team of project managers, engineers, and support personnel can develop a system specific to the needs of the client and their database.
Much of the emphasis within an automation system is dictated by the types of documents in the database. Many corporate documents, no matter the structure, contain both handwritten and printed text. Recognition of printed text is typically straight-forward with an OCR engine. But, in order to fully maximize document automation, and see a clear ROI, companies must also incorporate a system for handwritten recognition.
With a proper system in place, companies can now dramatically reduce the cost and time associated with document processing. Digitized paper can now be handled using intelligent word and character recognition technology. These paper documents can contain handwritten or printed formats. An automated document processing system recognizing handwritten or printed text can produce a clear ROI for some companies. When integrated with the organization's existing record management and search system, the technology provides a complete solution for handwritten and printed document related activities.