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CVISION Named a Finalist in 8 Categories for 2013 Document Manager Awards

09/05/2013 03:11:08 PM

CVISION has been selected as a finalist for the 2013 Document Managers Awards in the United Kingdom.


--CVISION Technologies Inc. (, a leading document capture software company, is pleased to announce its nomination as a finalist in 8 categories for the 2013 Document Manager Awards. 

The Document Manager Awards recognizes companies involved in the document, records and content management, imaging, and capture industry that have made a significant impact with the readers of Document Manager magazine. The awards ceremony will take place this year at the Hotel Russell in London on October 3, 2013. 

This year CVISION is a finalist for a total of 8 categories. CVISION’s PdfCompressor Professional, a software solution for PDF compression and OCR, is nominated for 5 categories including: Compliance Product of the Year, High Volume Imaging Product of the Year, SME CMS Product of the Year, SOHO CMS Product of the Year, and Software Product of the Year. CVISION’s Trapeze, a software solution to optimize the accounts payable workflow, is nominated for 2 categories including: Data Capture/Recognition Product of the Year and Environmental Product of the Year. 

CVISION is honored to be recognized for 8 categories this year and that our products have made a positive impact with the readers of Document Manager magazine. “With the advancements of various products, it has been a successful year for CVISION. We are glad our success is being recognized by the Document Manager Awards,” says Chris Koulouris, CVISION’s Director of Marketing. 

About CVISION Technologies 

 CVISION Technologies, Inc. creates software to optimize the accessibility and processes associated with document capture. CVISION offers the best in file compression, recognition technology, automated data extraction, and PDF workflow applications. Through more efficient, automated workflows, CVISION clients can realize a measurable return on their document-driven processes. For more information, visit