WiseTREND, distributor and integrator of Advanced ABBYY OCR & Data Capture solutions expand to Southwest USA

by Ilya Evdokimov | Feb 17, 2015 | data capture

WiseTREND, an advanced OCR and Data Capture technologies expert focused on implementing the latest ABBYY technologies for advanced document processing workflows in corporate environments, is proud to announce its expansion into the Southwest region.

By expanding resources, technical expertise, outstanding software, and the latest industry technology – such as enhanced OCR and document processing capabilities, cloud computing, and mobile computing, ABBYY FlexiCapture platform, and ABBYY Recognition Server – WiseTREND will continue the exceptional success of WiseTREND into the Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado area.

The WiseTREND team has many successful out-of-the-box OCR solutions and FlexiCapture templates that have proven successful for many organizations. The knowledge gained from these implementations has provided significant knowledge and successful approaches to solid implementation for multiple business processes.

The expanded WiseTREND team will utilize this background, combined with its many years of experience and established network of customers, to introduce the benefits that are offered. The WiseTREND Southwest (WTSW) team will expand this network. Existing VARs in document management and business process management (BPM) will be approached with the opportunity to team up with WTSW, and known BPM software VARs will be approached for the purpose of sharing mutual opportunities with WTSW.

WiseTREND will continue and enhance our Web and local community presence through regular attendance at meaningful OCR and form processing presentations, meetings, and data capture seminars.  Demographically, WiseTREND Southwest is well positioned to serve this geographic area.

Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the US, with several very large companies and many midsize companies. Tucson is a city with a strong technical history. Phoenix is the state capital with numerous opportunities for document automation within local government.

New Mexico has Albuquerque, with a high-tech background and the presence of the Sandia National Labs. Santa Fe is the state capital, with Los Alamos Labs nearby.

Denver is a city roughly the size of Phoenix, is the state capitol, and has a strong presence in environmental, oil, and gas, as well as financial areas. Colorado Springs is also a large city with a vast military presence.

Ronald S. Walsh will spearhead WTSW OCR and intelligent data capture initiatives. He was a former sales support manager and Professional Services manager for a large computer hardware and software manufacturer, was a document management and BPM sales and service business owner, and was Professional Services Director for another document management and BPM sales and service business. Through this experience, he has created a solid reputation, which will be utilized to forward the utilization of the technologies that exist and focus on implementing the latest technologies for advanced document processing workflows in corporate environments.