TeleForm Reader runs in the background day and night, handling the collection and interpretation of images from the scanner, fax server, and/or a network directory.
Eliminating the need for manual sorting, TeleForm Reader automatically identifies and evaluates image files by comparing them to templates created in TeleForm Designer. Image pre-processing and orientation, form and document recognition and classification and data extraction are handled by the TeleForm Reader.
After identifying a form, document recognition technology (see below) interprets its hand print (ICR), machine print (OCR), barcode and checkbox (OMR) data entry fields including constrained hand-print, tick boxes, variable scales, comments and signatures. Simple rules such as alpha, numeric, dictionaries, date ranges, database lookups and mandatory fields will be checked at this stage.
Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR)
With ICR technology, short handwritten text can be read and processed.
Optical Mark Recognition (OMR)
OMR technology identifies if a checkbox (e.g. yes/no or male/female) has been filled in by calculating the ink percentage in the field.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
To read machine printed text from constrained print fields (one character per box) such as names and numbers.
To recognise all standard barcode types, including 2D matrix barcodes.
To check forms have been authorised or not by calculating the fill percentage of the field.
Schedule your demo
If you want to learn more about TeleForm, or wish to book a demonstration, please complete the form below: