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ABBYY USA and Fujitsu Team to Deliver Content Management Solutions to Ingram Micro Resellers

<p><b>Milpitas, Calif., (June 7, 2011)</b> - ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, linguistic technologies and professional services, today announced that it has been selected by Ingram Micro Inc., the world’s largest technology distributor, to join their Content Management Program. ABBYY joins long-standing partner, Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners, to deliver easy-tosell and easy-to-install, content management solutions to Ingram Micro’s growing community of IT resellers that support millions of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) throughout the U.S.</p> <p>“Content management is a rapidly growing market segment where we see tremendous potential for our Ingram Micro channel partners,” said Anne Wilcox, vice president, customer solutions marketing at Ingram Micro U.S. “Our channel partner community is looking for affordable, high-value content management, document capture and indexing solutions that meet the performance and budget demands of today’s SMBs. This new program extends our successful working relationship with ABBYY and Fujitsu and will certainly bring forward additional opportunities to address this emerging market together.”</p> <p>Ingram Micro’s Content Management Program targets more than 1,200 U.S.-based channel partner organizations. The Content Management Program focuses on identifying and providing IT resellers with solutions they can offer to SMBs to simplify the capture, management, storage, preservation and delivery of documents and information. Bringing ABBYY USA into the program helps to address the capture needs of SMBs, and also allows Ingram Micro to strengthen its channel offerings across the complete document workflow.</p>

ABBYY Lingvo x5 Expands the Horizons of Dictionary Software Use

<p><b>Moscow, Russia (May 31, 2011)</b> — ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, today announced ABBYY Lingvo x5, a new evolution of its comprehensive dictionary software. ABBYY Lingvo x5 offers highly accurate translations of words and phrases between Russian and up to 19 languages, providing premium dictionary content and direct access to millions of common word-use examples collected in Translation Memory. Individual users of ABBYY Lingvo x5 also have one-year online access to all dictionaries they have purchased. In addition, enhanced with ABBYY’s award-winning Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology, Lingvo x5 now provides instant translations of words from within any application.</p> <p>With the ABBYY Lingvo x5 software, customers have access to 220 extensive dictionaries from authoritative publishers such as Oxford University Press, HarperCollins® Publishers, ABBYY® Press, Russky Yazyk Media® and Russo®, offering accurate translation of hundreds of thousands of headwords and phrases. The dictionary entries contain detailed information on keywords including translation alternatives, example sentences, grammatical descriptions, inflected forms, and audio pronunciations recorded by native speakers. </p> <p>The new version includes completely revised and updated editions of the Oxford Dictionary of English and the New Oxford American Dictionary with more than 1,000 illustrations. In addition, Lingvo x5 contains a vast collection of samples for official correspondence in English, German, French and Spanish. From these samples, customers can learn how to compose congratulations, personal and public letters, invitations, various applications, and CVs. Customers can further enhance the software by purchasing additional dictionaries (for more information about additional dictionaries available, visit www.ABBYY.com). A variety of specialized “individual” dictionaries covering different subject fields such as economics, medicine, law, electronics, banking, and sport are can be easily purchased via the ABBYY online store.</p>

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Next-Generation FlexiCapture Technology with Auto-Learning Ensures Quick Deployment and Ease-of-Use while Preserving Outstanding Accuracy of Data Capture

<p><b>Moscow, Russia (April 19, 2011)</b> — ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, today announced the availability of <a href="http://www.abbyy.com/data_capture_software/">ABBYY FlexiCapture 10</a>, the next generation of its data and document capture system. With the new release, ABBYY offers one of the most comprehensive data capture solutions, serving a broad range of user scenarios from desktop to enterprise level and delivering template-based form processing and intelligent document recognition in a single product. New FlexiCapture technology with auto-learning helps companies “start smart”, significantly reducing an organization’s time to results, yet delivers outstanding accuracy in locating and recognizing data fields in documents of any complexity. The system also extends its industry-leading feature set for the enterprise with enhanced processing power and maximum fault tolerance. In addition, it delivers new intelligent tools for remote operations as well as customization features for easier integration with business processes and applications. </p> <p>Addressing document processing problems common among large organisations, ABBYY FlexiCapture 10 provides intelligent technologies for streamlining the process of extracting key data from a variety of documents including machine-readable forms, semi-structured and unstructured documents. It offers a full range of functionality for document scanning, classification, indexing and data extraction, enabling the solution to meet needs specific to each individual organisation. A powerful all-in-one solution, FlexiCapture 10 scales from a standalone application to a distributed system. It is designed to locate key data fields on complex document layouts so that it can process multiple types of documents in a single stream, eliminating the need for multiple systems to process different kinds of document types. </p>

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ABBYY USA and Global Imaging Systems Announce New Strategic Distribution Relationship

<p><b>MILPITAS, CALIF., April 6, 2011</b> - ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture, linguistic technologies and professional services, and Global Imaging Systems (GIS), a leading provider of business technology solutions, today announced a new strategic distribution relationship. Under this agreement, GIS will distribute select ABBYY products and software support services through its established network of resellers within the United States.</p> <p>&quot;Every one of our customers is looking for better ways to address their document management initiatives and handle the paper in their environment,&quot; said Sylvia Carrizosa, Director, Corporate Business Development &amp; Marketing, GIS. &quot;Adding ABBYY's solutions to our offerings enables us to address the full spectrum of document management issues our customers face. The relationship between our organizations not only extends the GIS solutions portfolio and provides greater choice to our customers, but increases the value we provide.&quot;</p> <p>GIS operates in approximately 200 locations throughout the United States, selling and servicing document management systems, network integration services, software solutions and audio visual and video conference systems. With the addition of ABBYY's solutions to their product offerings, GIS will be able to more effectively meet the demanding document management and forms automation needs of its small, medium, and enterprise customers.</p>

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ABBYY Introduces New FlexiCapture Engine 9.0 Toolkit for Data Capture Integration

<p><b>Moscow, Russia (March 22, 2011)</b> — ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, today announced <a href="http://www.abbyy.com/flexicapture_engine/">ABBYY FlexiCapture Engine 9.0</a>, the next generation of the award-winning software development toolkit (SDK) for integrating data capture technology into third party applications. Key new functionality in version 9.0 includes support for mobile data capture (extraction of data from documents captured with mobile devices), enhanced document classification for automated pre-sorting and document routing, and processing via multi-threaded and 64-bit operating systems. The product also delivers enhancements in Optical Character Recognition (OCR) including support for new Asian languages. Developers will particularly benefit from a new extended API which enables greater access to core technologies and application customization.</p> <p>ABBYY FlexiCapture Engine provides a comprehensive set of tools for rapidly developing intelligent solutions for automated processing of various types of forms and documents and extraction of key data for input into backend systems. It delivers powerful functions such as automated document classification and separation, template creation, and verification of output data that allows developers to create various custom and vertical solutions, as well as add value to their existing applications or processes.</p>

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ABBYY USA to Present at AIIM info360 and ITEX 2011 Events

<p>MILPITAS, Calif., March 17, 2011--ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, will present at the data and document management's premier industry events, AIIM info360 Conference and Expo and ITEX 2011 National Expo and Conference. Dean Tang, ABBYY USA's CEO, will discuss some of the industry's most critical topics, including mobile OCR, mobile data capture and cloud computing. He will specifically examine the evolving landscape of mobile devices, and how OCR and capture technologies can be integrated into mobile applications to fuel new functionality and offer new services. He will also speak about the range of opportunities that cloud computing and on demand capture offer to enterprise managers, IT directors, ECM vendors and BPO integrators.</p> <p>Tang will be speaking during three sessions at the AIIM info360 and ITEX 2011 events, including:</p> <ul> <li>Tuesday, March 22, at 11 a.m. EDT during the ITEX 2011 session entitled &quot;Integrate OCR &amp; Capture Technology with Mobile Devices.&quot; This session will provide resellers, OEMs and other channel organizations with insight into how they can expand their offerings through mobile data capture technology. </li> </ul>

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ABBYY® Aligner: A Simple and Convenient Solution for Fast Creation of Translation Memory Databases

Capture1ABBYY® Aligner is a tool for aligning parallel texts in different languages and creating Translation Memory (TM) databases. ABBYY’s 20-year experience of developing linguistic software and other products is reflected in the unique advantages offered by ABBYY Aligner:

• Based on ABBYY’s advanced linguistic technology, ABBYY Aligner ensures excellent quality 1 of parallel text alignment

• The software enables processing of texts in various languages

• ABBYY Aligner supports batch processing for quick automatic alignment of large volumes of documents

• ABBYY Aligner has a simple and convenient interface 2, installs on user computers in a few quick and easy steps and is ready for use right out of the box

• The texts processed with ABBYY Aligner can be exported into TMX format, facilitating compatibility with any CAT tools or other systems designed to handle TM databases

All this makes ABBYY Aligner an indispensable tool for translators, language service providers, corporations and all who involved in managing translation activities, allowing them to improve the quality of translations, increase translation speed,minimize expenses when working with translation agencies, and reduce the workload of translation departments.

Advantages of ABBYY Aligner:

Saves Time
The high quality of parallel text alignment, the convenient and intuitive interface and special functions for processing large volume of documents help to achieve quality results quickly and re-use them when making other translations. Using the TM base created with
ABBYY Aligner while working at new translations help to do the job in shorter terms.

ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional Edition Takes Top Prize in the SME Software Category

<p><b>Munich, Germany (7 February 2011) </b>— ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic software, today announced that ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional Edition has received the award “MKB Best Choice for the Year 2010” from the WINMAG Pro Magazine in the Netherlands. The WINMAG Pro MKB Award recognises the products and vendors that have made a significant contribution throughout the past year in the small and medium enterprises sector (SME). ABBYY FineReader 10 was chosen because it meets all of the requirements of a modern and user-friendly IT application for the SME, and it is a trustworthy product for these businesses. ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional Edition provides easily accessible, high performance optical character recognition (OCR), and saves users precious time previously spent in retyping and reformatting text.</p> <p>“We are truly honoured that the editors of WINMAG Pro chose FineReader 10 Professional Edition,” explained Jupp Stoepetie, CEO &amp; President of ABBYY Europe. “A WINMAG Pro Award is a mark of excellence and we are pleased to have this distinction.”</p>

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New ABBYY Online Portal to Provide Document Conversion and Language Services

<p>ABBYY, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, announced a cloud-based solution, ABBYYOnline.com,that leverages the &quot;cloud&quot; to provide anytime access to powerful document management, data capture and linguistic solutions to users located anywhere in the world.</p> <p>&quot;Individuals and enterprise users from organizations of all sizes are looking for ways to simplify the process of digitizing paper documents,&quot; said Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA. &quot;ABBYYOnline.com brings the company's OCR, data capture and linguistic technologies online. These cloud-based solutions bring the increased efficiency and productivity of digital documents to even non-technical users, making them great tools for individuals, SMBs or workgroups in large enterprises.&quot;</p> <p>ABBYY Online currently offers the following services:</p> <p>FineReader Online OCR and Document Conversion — The FineReader Online service converts scanned or photographed images of documents (e.g. JPG, TIFF, DjVu and others) and PDF files into DOC, RTF, XLS, searchable PDF, and TXT formats. Leveraging the latest, award-winning ABBYY OCR technology, the solution accurately reads texts in 37 languages including Latin, Cyrillic, Armenian, and Greek characters, and supports recognition of multilingual and multi-page files.&#160; </p>

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ABBYYOnline.Com: New Web Portal to Provide Document Conversion and Language Services

<p>Milpitas, Calif., (January 11, 2011) — ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, document capture, and linguistic technologies and services, today announced <a href="http://www.ABBYYonline.com">www.ABBYYonline.com</a>, a cloud-based solution delivering ABBYY services and technologies. The new solution leverages the cloud to provide anytime access to powerful document management, data capture and linguistic solutions to users located anywhere in the world.</p> <p>“Individuals and enterprise users from organizations of all sizes are looking for ways to simplify the process of digitizing paper documents,” said Dean Tang, CEO of ABBYY USA. “ABBYYOnline.com brings the company’s OCR, data capture and linguistic technologies online. These cloud-based solutions bring the increased efficiency and productivity of digital documents to even non-technical users, making them great tools for individuals, small-to-medium sized business or workgroups in large enterprises.”</p> <p>ABBYY Online currently offers the following services: </p> <p>FineReader Online OCR and Document Conversion — The FineReader Online service converts scanned or photographed images of documents (e.g. JPG, TIFF, DjVu and others) and PDF files into DOC, RTF, XLS, searchable PDF, and TXT formats. Leveraging the latest, award-winning ABBYY OCR technology, the solution accurately reads texts in 37 languages including Latin, Cyrillic, Armenian, and Greek characters, and supports recognition of multilingual and multi-page files. In addition, FineReader Online processes documents with any combination of popular fonts and accurately re-creates formatting elements such as bulleted and numbered lists, columns, and tables. </p>

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