KDDI selling ABBYY OCR software in Asia, North America, Europe and Australia

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KDDI has become a recognized partner of ABBYY Japan and begun offering for sale “FlexiCapture(R)” and other OCR-related ABBYY products in Asia, North America, Europe and Australia.

ABBYY is a global leading in the field of OCR-related software. It has local offices in 11 countries and provides service in over 200. ABBYY’s product “FlexiCapture(R)” is an intelligent platform that can recognize with high accuracy the text on paper documents in a variety of formats and languages and extract specific data fields from it.

Furthermore, FlexiCapture can be used in combination with RPA to automate an entire process, from scanning the text of paper documents to inputting that data to a database. Such automation can reduce manual workload for many tasks such as categorization of scanned data, confirmation of its contents, and input of the data. KDDI offers both FlexiCapture and the UiPath RPA platform to boost customers’ efficiency effort, and together with solving automation challenges, supports customers in making their digital transformation (DX).

The KDDI corporate group promotes an “integration of telecommunications and life design” and endeavors to be “companies that contribute to the sustainable growth of society”, who provide strong support for customers’ global business deployments and create new value experiences.

KDDI is telecommunication service provider in Japan, offering both mobile and fixed-line communications. With its well-established base of over 40 million customers, and through mobile services and shops offering its “au” brand, KDDI is expanding its services into the “Life Design” business, which includes e-commerce, fintech, nationwide electric power utility services, entertainment and education.

With a 60-year history, KDDI is now focusing on creating smart infrastructure through IoT technologies and open innovation with partners and start-up companies in diverse industries. KDDI is accelerating the global growth of its telecommunications consumer business, with operations in Myanmar and Mongolia, and in the global ICT business with the “TELEHOUSE” brand.


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