Anoto Live™ forms launches in the U.S. and Europe; world leader in digital writing technology offers increased speed and efficiency
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Turn-key solution for real-time document handling enables organizations to deliver handwriting in multiple formats electronically anywhere in the world in seconds
LUND, Sweden, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Anoto, the world leader in digital writing technology, today announced that the Anoto Live™ forms digital writing solution, which helps organizations simplify and expedite their paper based data capture processes, is now readily available across the U.S. and Europe.
Anoto Live™ forms is a modern alternative for organizations seeking to streamline their business processes without having to invest significantly in new systems and user training. The user's handwriting is transformed into live information using the digital pen platform which can convert it into various computer readable formats, making it immediately available to back-office systems. Along with the interpreted data, a complete image of the form is also created, making it ideal for signatures and drawings. Working with independent software vendors (ISVs), the Anoto Live™ forms solution provides a means for digital writing technology to be seamlessly embedded into current processes, resulting in a robust solution with economic and social benefits backed by measureable ROI.
This new product is a result of Anoto's acquisition of data capture specialist Ubisys in 2012 and represents the coming together of both companies to create a worldwide solution for customers and partners that combines superior technology with extensive customer knowledge and experience.
"Anoto Live™ forms represents our promise to integrate our partner solutions into the overall Anoto offering," said Stein Revelsby, CEO of Anoto Group AB. "The new product enables organizations to make handwriting digital, thereby improving their information workflow without having to introduce any dramatic changes within their existing business processes. This results in measurable ROI in very short timeframes."
The solution is being used across a broad range of vertical market applications including healthcare, field services, transportation, utilities, finance, government and many others. For more information, please visit www.anoto.com.
About Anoto Group Anoto Group is the company behind and world leading in the unique technology for digital pen and paper, which enables fast and reliable transmission of handwritten text into a digital format. Anoto operates through a global partner network that focuses on user-friendly solutions for efficient capture, transmission and storage of data within different business segments, e.g. healthcare, bank and finance, transport and logistics and education. The Anoto Group has more than 110 employees and is headquartered in Lund (Sweden). The company also has offices in Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Guildford and Wetherby (UK), Boston (US) and Tokyo (Japan). The Anoto share is traded on the Small Cap list of NASDAQ OMX Stockholm under the ticker ANOT. For more information: www.anoto.com.
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