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Category: Amazon Textract

Introducing self-service quota management and higher default service quotas for Amazon Textract

Today, we’re excited to announce self-service quota management support for Amazon Textract via the AWS Service Quotas console, and higher default service quotas in select AWS Regions. Customers tell us they need quick turnaround times to process their requests for quota increases and visibility into their service quotas so they may continue to scale their […]

Image shows a high-level solution architecture for the phases of intelligent document processing (IDP) as it relates to the stages of a mortgage application.

Process mortgage documents with intelligent document processing using Amazon Textract and Amazon Comprehend

Organizations in the lending and mortgage industry process thousands of documents on a daily basis. From a new mortgage application to mortgage refinance, these business processes involve hundreds of documents per application. There is limited automation available today to process and extract information from all the documents, especially due to varying formats and layouts. Due […]

Intelligent document processing with AWS AI services: Part 2

Amazon’s intelligent document processing (IDP) helps you speed up your business decision cycles and reduce costs. Across multiple industries, customers need to process millions of documents per year in the course of their business. For customers who process millions of documents, this is a critical aspect for the end-user experience and a top digital transformation […]

Intelligent document processing with AWS AI services: Part 1

Organizations across industries such as healthcare, finance and lending, legal, retail, and manufacturing often have to deal with a lot of documents in their day-to-day business processes. These documents contain critical information that are key to making decisions on time in order to maintain the highest levels of customer satisfaction, faster customer onboarding, and lower […]

Analyze and tag assets stored in Veeva Vault PromoMats using Amazon AppFlow and Amazon AI Services

In a previous post, we talked about analyzing and tagging assets stored in Veeva Vault PromoMats using Amazon AI services and the Veeva Vault Platform’s APIs. In this post, we explore how to use Amazon AppFlow, a fully managed integration service that enables you to securely transfer data from software as a service (SaaS) applications […]

Use AWS AI and ML services to foster accessibility and inclusion of people with a visual or communication impairment

AWS offers a broad set of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) services, including a suite of pre-trained, ready-to-use services for developers with no prior ML experience. In this post, we demonstrate how to use such services to build an application that fosters the inclusion of people with a visual or communication impairment, which […]

Merge cells and column headers in Amazon Textract tables

Financial documents such as bank, loan, or mortgage statements are often formatted to be visually appealing and easy to read for the human eye. These same features can also make automated processing challenging at times. For instance, in the following sample statement, merging rows or columns in a table helps reduce information redundancy, but it […]

Moderate, classify, and process documents using Amazon Rekognition and Amazon Textract

Many companies are overwhelmed by the abundant volume of documents they have to process, organize, and classify to serve their customers better. Examples of such can be loan applications, tax filing, and billing. Such documents are more commonly received in image formats and are mostly multi-paged and in low-quality format. To be more competitive and […]

Increase your content reach with automated document-to-speech conversion using Amazon AI services

Reading the printed word opens up a world of information, imagination, and creativity. However, scanned books and documents may be difficult for people with vision impairment and learning disabilities to consume. In addition, some people prefer to listen to text-based content versus reading it. A document-to-speech solution extends the reach of digital content by giving […]

Specify and extract information from documents using the new Queries feature in Amazon Textract

Amazon Textract is a machine learning (ML) service that automatically extracts text, handwriting, and data from any document or image. Amazon Textract now offers the flexibility to specify the data you need to extract from documents using the new Queries feature within the Analyze Document API. You don’t need to know the structure of the […]