SWT has launched the latest version of its product b-Wize. The b-Wize product range allows companies to automate many of their paper-based business processes, such as invoice and mail processing. Andy Dawson, general manager of SWT, said the latest release included new capabilities like full-text keyword document classification and full-text content analysis for semi-structured and unstructured documents. In addition he said b-Wize now supported many third party OCR and ICR engines with improved data capture accuracy.
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