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ASBIS extends distribution contract with ABBYY to Czechia

ASBIS has extended its distribution contract with ABBYY to Czechia, having already been distributing ABBYY solutions in Slovakia, Romania, Bosnia, Serbia, Ukraine, Greece, Cyprus, and Malta since the end of 2018.

"The collaboration between the companies has yielded promising results, prompting a mutual decision to expand the distribution agreement," ASBIS said announcing the news. "The extended agreement confers upon ASBIS the authorisation to distribute three distinct product ranges of ABBYY within Czechia." 

ASBIS distributes a wide range of ABBYY’s solutions which include: 

  • ABBYY FineReader PDF, which helps professionals enhance their productivity in the digital workplace.  
  • ABBYY FineReader Server is available to automatically convert large document collections into searchable and accessible digital repositories.  
  • The iconic ABBYY Vantage has received recognition from IDC MarketScape for its Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) capabilities, which utilise artificial intelligence-based technologies to process structured, semi-structured, and unstructured documents.

ASBISC Enterprises PLC is a multinational corporate group that is engaged in distribution of IT-products (mobile devices, computer software and hardware) in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) emerging markets and is headquartered in Limassol. ABBYY is a leading provider of intelligent document processing solutions that leverage AI technology.

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