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What software would you recommend for text extraction from scanned checks/documents into a database?

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I have a client doing manual data entry from checks and documents for congressional races.  She needs a software capable of extracting text from scanned checks/documents and then placing such text into specific fields in a database.  For example: a scanned check would need to have the name, address and amount extracted and entered into the database accordingly.  
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Few month ago my friend attended the demo from IBM and talked about this issue.
Check http://www.neocol.com/solutions/document-capture
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