Category Archives: Forms Recognition and Processing

OCR and Extract Data from Scanned Invoices and Forms using C#

In our previous blog, we discussed the benefits of using the LEADTOOLS Document SDK to easily recognize hundreds of different forms and invoices. This post will build off of that, showcasing how to then automatically extract information and data from … Continue reading

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Automatically Recognize Invoices from Different Vendors using C#

When working in a paperless office, businesses receive hundreds of different forms and invoices from different vendors. It is often a major pain point and bottleneck to manually find, extract, and store all the necessary information. Thankfully with the LEADTOOLS … Continue reading

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Forms Processing API Tutorial: Recognize and Process a Form

Automate your data entry problems away with a state-of-the-art forms processing API. Whether you’re working with customer surveys, tax documents, or billing records every industry uses forms daily to conduct business. Moving data from a paper to a digital medium … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Auto Recognize and Process a Form

Processing forms and invoices are a large part of many companies day-to-day workflow. When a copy of a form is filled out by a person and scanned back into the company, that information then needs to be extracted. Many OCR … Continue reading

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Success Story: Why Paliscope Chose LEADTOOLS OCR For Their Smart Search Engine YOSE

When the programmers behind Paliscope YOSE were developing an application for a customizable search engine, they did not realize just how relevant and important it would be. YOSE consolidates different types of data and makes it all searchable. That is … Continue reading

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