I.R.I.S. Group has released the IRIS Business Card Reader II for Mac OS X.
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IBCR II is a timesaving device for keeping a contact database up-to-date at home or in the office. I.R.I.S. is the first company to bring a business card reader solution to Mac OS X, according to Pierre De Muelenaere, president and CEO of the I.R.I.S. Group.
The optical character recognition (OCR) technology converts the scanned image into editable text. Just slide a business card in the scanner and in seconds the information is automatically transferred to your contact management software. The field analysis automatically assigns the recognized data to the relevant fields, such as company name, first and last name, street, ZIP code and city, phone, fax, e-mail, Web site and more.
The IBCR II will be distributed through the retail channels of I.R.I.S. in Europe and the USA at a suggested retail price of US$199.99. System requirements are Mac OS X version 10.01 (10.1 is recommended.) or Mac OS 9, 60MB of free disk space, a USB port and QuickTime 4.1 or higher.