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This presentation was presented at CloudSlam 2011. In the session, Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture and linguistic technologies, addresses the possibilities and scenarios made possible through OCR and cloud computing. Over the course of the presentation, Tang presents both real-world examples of how this technology may be applied and insight into where the industry is headed. He also discusses how enterprises can remove error-prone, manual data entry processes to intelligently automate the extraction of data from documents anywhere, anytime. He shares key considerations when evaluating the integration of data capture into mobile and cloud scenarios. Lastly, Tang presents how the cloud infrastructure, OCR technology and enhanced mobile devices combine to allow enterprises to capture data immediately at the end point, ultimately driving down costs, increasing efficiency and boosting customer service response capabilities.

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  1. 1. Content Management and Data Capturein the CloudDean TangCEOwww.abbyyusa.com Content Management and Data Capture 1 in the Cloud Computing
  2. 2. ABBYY’s Mobile and Cloud Vision: Transforming Capture• ABBYY provides the foundation and expertise for deploying recognition-enabled technologies on mobile platforms, traditional server, and cloud-enabled platforms and infrastructures• ABBYY transforms environmental images into data that can be stored, shared or exported to other applicationsContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 2
  3. 3. ABBYY’s Mobile and Cloud Vision: Transforming Capture• Ubiquitous Capture Device• Always Connected Mobile Data Capture ServicesContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 3
  4. 4. Transform Environmental Images• ABBYY Transforms environmental images into data that can be stored, shared or exported to other applicationsContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 4
  5. 5. Worldwide Capture Market Size Source: Harvey Spencer Report 9.6% CAGR Through 2012Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 5
  6. 6. Worldwide SaaS Market Size Source: IDC 25.3% CAGR Through 2014Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 6
  7. 7. Worldwide Mobile Application Market Size Source: Gartner 60% CAGR Through 2014 “The extension of mobile apps to every aspect of our personal and business lives will be one of the hallmarks of the new decade with enormous opportunities for virtually every business sector.”Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 7
  8. 8. Top Five Smartphone Vendors (units in Millions) Vendor 2010 Units 2010 Market 2009 Units 2009 Market Year over Shipped Share Shipped Share year growth Nokia 100.3 33.10% 67.7 39% 48.20% Research In 48.8 16.10% 34.5 19.90% 41.40% Motion Apple 47.5 15.70% 25.1 14.50% 89.20% Samsung 23 7.60% 5.5 3.20% 318.20% HTC 21.5 7.10% 8.1 4.70% 165.40% Others 61.5 20.30% 32.6 18.80% 88.70% Total 302.6 100% 173.5 100% 74.40% Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, January 27, 2011.Note: Vendor shipments are branded shipments and exclude OEM sales for all vendors. Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 8
  9. 9. Mobile OCR: Emerging Tablet Market 57.4% GAGR Through 2014Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 9
  10. 10. Organization IndustryTop 40 iPAD Deployments 1 2 Korea Telecom Long Island University High-Tech Higher Education 30,000 6,000Updated March 1, 2011 3 4 KLA-Tencor Medtronic High-Tech Healthcare 5,400 5,000Eric Lai @SAP 5 SAP AG Software 3,500 6 Seton Hill College Higher Education 2,100 7 Boston Scientific Medical Devices 2,000 8 General Electric Manufacturing 2,000 9 New York Public Shcools K-12 Education 2,000 10 Finacial Times Media 1,800 11 Alaska Airlines Transportation 1,400 12 Otsuka Pharma Healthcare 1,300 13 Deutsche Vermongensberatung Financial Services 1,200 14 Burlington High School (MA) K-12 Education 1,100 15 MicroStrategy Software 1,100 16 Ottawa Hospital Healthcare 1,000 17 U.S. Geological Survey Government 1,000 18 NASA Government 1,000 19 Zimmer Technologies Healthcare 1,000 20 Abbott Laboratories Healthcare 1,000 21 Webb School K-12 Education 1,000 22 West St. Paul_Mendota K-12 Education 800 23 Chicago Public Schools K-12 Education 736 24 Lake County School District (FL) K-12 Education 716 25 Illinois Institute of Technology Higher Education 600 26 Life Technologies Healthcare 600 27 US Army Government 587 28 Manatee County School District (FL) K-12 Education 543 29 State of Victoria in Australia K-12 Education 500 30 Tennessee Board of Regents Higher Education 500 31 Victoria Hospitals (Australia) Healthcare 500 32 St. Andrews School in Georgia K-12 Education 480 33 University of Minnesota (College of Education) Higher Education 450 34 Pinellas County School District (FL) K-12 Education 400 35 CA Dept. of Education K-12 Education 400 36 Gibbon Fairfax Winthrop High School (MN) K-12 Education 320 37 Garrett-Keyser-Butler Community School (Indiana) K-12 Education 300 38 Cumberland University Higher Education 250 39 Conceptus Healthcare 220 40 Curtin University Higher Education 200 Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 10
  11. 11. Why Cloud and Mobile are Converging 92% GAGR Through 2015Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 11
  12. 12. Benefits of the CloudContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 12
  13. 13. How Does the Cloud Help?Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 13
  14. 14. Cloud Services A New Paradigm: Facilitates Mash-up & Stimulates GrowthContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 14
  15. 15. ABBYY Mobile Cloud TechnologyABBYY Mobile SDK ABBYY Engine ABBYY Hosted(Embedded) (Cloud) (Web Services)On-Phone Validation Mobile Data Capture No InstallationOff-Line Processing Integration with own Low Level of Effort Databases (Remote API)Manual Indexing Robust Customized Solves Device Binarization FragmentationCustomized Dictionaries ScalabilityAuto RotateLight Binarization Available Today In ProgressContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 15
  16. 16. Where is Your Business Going? One Door Closes… Another Opens• Desktop and Client/Server growth are slowing down• Mobile and Cloud are igniting hyper growth • Services is the emerging business model • Cloud is where SOA and SaaS liveContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 16
  17. 17. Cloud Services Shipping documents e-banking• Mobile Services• Invoice Services• HR Services• Vertical Services• Conversion Services• Document Services • Agreements UPC & Bar Code Receipts • Invoices • Contracts • ReceiptsContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 17
  18. 18. Fujitsu ScanSnap Case Studies:Access scanned information Anytime, AnywhereContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 18
  19. 19. Smart Image Display Cloud Service 3-5’’ 5-8’’ 8-12’’ 12-24’’ 24’’+ Mobile MFP eBook/Tablet Laptop TV Scanner Netbook PC Paper Kiosk (8.5x11)Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 19
  20. 20. Cloud Case Study: KnowledgeLakeContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 20
  21. 21. ECM Case Study:DocuwareContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 21
  22. 22. ECM Case Study:Evernote http://www.evernote.com/ about/video/#zHom6bgqg 9Y|1|1Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 22
  23. 23. ISV Case Study: Mitek Systems http://www.miteksystems.com/MobilePhotoBillPay_video.aspContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 23
  24. 24. ISV Case Study: Intuithttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cyTWBnLulo Content Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 24
  25. 25. ABBYY’s Mobile and Cloud Vision: Transforming Capture• Forrester Research predicts that data capture market growth will be driven by mobility, easy-to-use interfaces, and integration with familiar applications• The cloud provides the processing power mobile capture requires• You already use these tools today for text extraction and data capture• The mobile SDKs are ready• It’s up to you to decide if mobile capture and cloud can be a part of your future revenue streamContent Management and Data Capture in the Cloud Computing 25

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This presentation was presented at CloudSlam 2011. In the session, Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture and linguistic technologies, addresses the possibilities and scenarios made possible through OCR and cloud computing. Over the course of the presentation, Tang presents both real-world examples of how this technology may be applied and insight into where the industry is headed. He also discusses how enterprises can remove error-prone, manual data entry processes to intelligently automate the extraction of data from documents anywhere, anytime. He shares key considerations when evaluating the integration of data capture into mobile and cloud scenarios. Lastly, Tang presents how the cloud infrastructure, OCR technology and enhanced mobile devices combine to allow enterprises to capture data immediately at the end point, ultimately driving down costs, increasing efficiency and boosting customer service response capabilities.

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