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Mitek’s comprehensive suite of data extraction and document classification products features state-of-the-art recognition toolkits that have been designed with one goal in mind – to help businesses access more data, extract more actionable intelligence and produce more profitable returns from their document conversion and information automation processes.
What truly sets Mitek’s products apart is our unmatched ability to locate, capture and classify even the most complex and difficult to quantify data from all types of documents, into readily accessible, searchable and reportable digital files.
Capturing and Powering Global Commerce with Speed and Certainty
CheckReader™ is the global standard for advanced image analysis and intelligent recognition software used to seamlessly, precisely and securely process checks and other payment documentation by banks, financial institutions and other progressive corporations around the world. Mitek’s technology continues to be a pioneer that helps give greater confidence, freedom and funds accessibility to banks and its customers alike. Because of CheckReader™, consumers now enjoy a time-savings and more secure check processing benefits– which come in handy for today’s fast-paced society.
What is Mitek A2iA DocumentReader?
a2ia DocumentReader is a powerful document classification and key-field extraction toolkit that drives successful workflow automation for even the most complex of documents. Backed by more than 25 years of research and development, A2iA’s key differentiator is its ability to provide tangible results by automatically classifying all types of data, including complex and cursive handwriting, and locating key fields for recognition.
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a2ia DocumentReader is used in every type of industry, company, and country to create and manage digital mailrooms, automate forms and payment processes, convert paper to electronic files, and more.
The dongle of this software is not by opening the program, as it is known, but if the a2ia service in the known windows service can be started, the dongle is plugged in.
When the dongle is not found, it stays at stop. The dongle we virtualized has been tested and approved by the customer.