ABBYY goes online.
ABBYY (abbyy.com) has announced ABBYY Online, a cloud offering to provide 24/7 access to document management, data capture and linguistic solutions to users located anywhere in the world.
The company says ABBYY Online currently offers the following components:
FineReader Online OCR and document conversion. This service converts scanned or photographed images of documents (e.g., JPG, TIFF, DjVu and others) and PDF files into DOC, RTF, XLS, searchable PDF and TXT formats. The solution accurately reads texts in 37 languages including Latin, Cyrillic, Armenian and Greek characters, and supports formatting and recognition of multilingual and multipage files.
Lingvo Online Dictionary. The company offers updated and expanded dictionary databases with enhanced word lookup technology supporting English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian as the starting languages.
Translation and Interpreting with ABBYY Language Services. Users can quickly submit text of any length for professional translation.
Aligner Online. The service finds matching segments in source and translated texts in 10 European languages: English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian. It allows uploading files up to 1 MB each and provides export of up to 50 rows of the aligned text into RTF or TMX (Translation Memory databases format) files.
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2011|
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