19 (Windows platform)
X (Macintosh platform)
|License||Commercial proprietary software (Retail or volume licensing)|
OmniPage was one of the first OCR programs to run on personal computers. It was developed in the late 1980s and sold by Caere Corporation, a company headed by Robert Noyce. The original developers were Philip Bernzott, John Dilworth, David George, Bryan Higgins, and Jeremy Knight. Caere was acquired by ScanSoft in 2000. ScanSoft acquired Nuance Communications in 2005, and took over its name.
OmniPage supports more than 120 different languages.
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- US 5131053, Bernzott, Philip; John Dilworth & David George et al., "Optical character recognition method and apparatus", issued Jul 14, 1992
- US 5278918, Bernzott, Philip; John Dilworth & David George et al., "Optical character recognition method and apparatus using context analysis", issued Jan 11, 1994
- US 6038342, Bernzott, Philip; John Dilworth & David George et al., "Optical character recognition method and apparatus", issued Mar 14, 2000
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- Nuance Press Releases – ScanSoft Changes Name to Nuance Communications, Inc.
- Nuance Communications (September 2010). "OmniPage". Retrieved 23 September 2010.
- Official website
- M. David Stone (September 29, 2005). "OmniPage Professional 15 [independent review]". PC Magazine.
- Robin Morris (June 17, 2011). "Nuance OmniPage Professional 18 [independent] review". PC Advisor.
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