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November 6, 1999 Show:
Interactive Internet Guest:
Caere Corporation is the worldwide leader in software solutions for scanners. Caere develops optical character recognition (OCR) technology, forms software, document management products, and Web publishing software.
David Hsieh from Caere discusses how you can bridge the gap between your paper form and digital worlds by converting static paper documents into dynamic electronic information.
Caere CorporationNovember 6, 1999 interview
January 16, 1999 Show:
OCR Business Tools Guest:
When was the last time you looked at an optical character recognition (OCR) program? Listen to find out how reliable optical recognition is.
Amy Bayersdorfer from , the makers of OmniPage, has the facts about the changes in OCR.
Caere CorporationJanuary 16, 1999 interview
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