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Tacos + Margaritas + Smartphones = Mobile Capture in Mexico!

While many countries in the region aren’t as technologically advanced as the U.S. or many Asian countries, the region is primed for growth. If you don’t just want to take my word for it, IHS Research reported that the region has emerged as a strong growth market for mobile content consumption, and is expected to represent seven percent of the global market, up from two percent in December 2008 . They go on to say that the growth can be attributed to the combination of low PC penetration, improved 3G coverage and better handset capabilities, igniting demand for mobile content and internet access over cellular networks

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Twenty-Eleven: Mobile and Cloud Heaven

This year will be marked with significant growth and innovation in three key areas: mobile, cloud and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

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Cheers to 2012 – A Year of Mobile Education and Contribution

I’d like to again welcome ABBYY USA CEO, Dean Tang, to the AIIM Community Blog to discuss trends and growth of mobile capture and information management

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Cheers to 2012 – A Year of Mobile Education and Contribution

I’d like to again introduce ABBYY CEO, Dean Tang, to the AIIM Community Blog to discuss the 2012 trends and growth in mobile capture...I’m looking forward to 2012, and seeing growth in mobile capture education and mobile information contribution

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The Capture Bowl

iSupply predicts that camera phones will reverse the digital camera market growth by 2013, as people rely ever more on camera phones. Oppenheimer & Co released a report that shows tablet devices will soar from 15.1 million units in 2010 to more than 115 million in 2014 Forrester Research forecasts that data capture market growth will be driven in-part by mobility. The reports on the growth of camera phones and tablets display great potential for mobile OCR applications

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OCR for the Social Networker

This enormous growth of social media is undoubtedly paralleled within businesses and evolving the architecture of business transactions

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Road Warriors, Capture Goes Vertical, and Semantic Tech

Duhon: Where’s the biggest growth area for companies like ABBYY? Budelli: While ABBYY and the rest of the industry have thrived on traditional OCR and data capture solutions to date, I feel the biggest growth area we have collectively is in the vertical markets, specifically in the legal and healthcare industries

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A Mobile Capture Success at TAWPI Capture 2012

In addition, as mobile devices become an even more important part of our lives, this is a primary growth engine for the data capture industry moving forward

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