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FineReader 11 ProfessionalDiscount

FineReader 11 Professional

An Award Winning OCR Application

$169.99
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Platforms: Windows XP, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, Server 2003, Server 2012, Vista, 7, 8. Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
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It’s not enough to just scan paper documents into digital format. You need to be able to actually work with those digital copies, and staring at a image, no matter how clear, isn’t going to cut it. That’s why you need to grab a copy of today’s discount software promotion, FineReader 11 Professional!

FineReader 11 Professional is an award-winning OCR software package that creates editable, searchable files and e-books from scans of paper documents, PDF files, and digital photographs. With FineReader 11 Professional, you’ll be able to process documents at unparalleled speed and accuracy without the usual sacrifice of having to reformat or retype stuff.

Imagine turning a stack of paper documents into a searchable database without having to correct errors! Now imagine doing it using an intuitive interface and single click automated processes, and you have just envisioned FineReader 11 Professional!

Please note folks: you can click here to take a tour of the product.

Review Written by Derek Lee

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Bertie Brummel Version 11 Pro is available at least since 2 years. Guess there's a new release to expect soon?
Nov 15 2013 at 1:31am Copy Link
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Safe Homes I am very curious about the price, it says 50% off but everyone else is selling the exact software for $109. Amazon etc. What gives?
Nov 15 2013 at 5:57am Copy Link
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Doug Atkinson I don't have the Pro version, but I have used several Abbyy products in the past, and their OCR technology is right up there with Adobe, at least in my limited trials. Where I work now I have a license for Adobe, so I don't need today's offering, but if you are looking for a less expensive alternative to Acrobat, you should give this a try.
Nov 15 2013 at 6:19am Copy Link
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Andrew Tsai Something is wrong with the purchase website. When I click the purchase, the final price was $101 USD.
Nov 15 2013 at 7:44am Copy Link
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riad af I am a very satisfied user of ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0. what i miss is Arabic support.
Does this version of FineReader 11 Professional in taday's deal support Arabic ?
If so: can you give details about the software capability of dealing with different Arabic fonts ?
Nov 15 2013 at 10:39am Copy Link
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brenda adams Extension of Time Request

Please consider extending this offer.

I just grabbed trial; am longtime Omnipage user who presently uses v18. Had your product years ago.

Need time to do proper tests.

Thanks.
Nov 15 2013 at 2:46pm Copy Link
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disenchanted I have used Abbyy finereader since version 5.
I have always found it's OCR abilities to be better than competitor products.

I used to use other products, like omnipage when it was still a scansoft product.
Ever since they change to the nuance name and put that Draconian activation process into their products, I stopped using them.

On an unrelated issue, I see the details mention:
"FineReader 11 Professional is licensed per computer, and not per user."

Is it possible to use it on a desktop and laptop, if both units are not used at the same time?
Nov 15 2013 at 4:10pm Copy Link
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Andrew Tsai Folks, it seems that you are making a trial of this assuming that the price is as listed above $84.99. If price is one of your consideration whether to buy or not, I will suggest you to press "BUY" and see for yourself what is the real price of this supposedly Bitsdujour 50% discount, before you even continue your trial. Otherwise, you might be disappointed after reaching a decision to buy, to find that the price is much higher than quoted above, $84.99. (It is $101.)
Nov 15 2013 at 5:50pm Copy Link
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brenda adams It shows $84.99 when I press Buy Now.

Bits du Jour has always been EXTREMELY reliable...don't get yourself or others all worked up with fear.

Fear not. I've been buying discounted deals here for several years. NO ISSUES. HAPPY CUSTOMER.

ABBYY appears to be lots improved from the version I had long ago. But Omnipage 18 is still my pref. I had a few issues with ABBYY when I tested just now. Probably just something I don't know how to do. But all my circles of online friends use Omnipage and ABBYY will have to blow my socks off before I can recommend to my friends to abandon Omnipage. I was hoping to have socks blown off. Love new software...especially anything to do with scanning.,
Nov 15 2013 at 8:27pm Copy Link
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Andrew Tsai In answer to brenda adams:
What you see from your side may be different from what I am seeing from my side, and I believe there are others as well, if not from US. Anyway, I went ahead to purchase the software, because it is still a good discount of 50% from $202.50., (not from $169). Which is actually a 40% discount. I suspect that the 50% discount is relative to the selling price of a particular region. Any comments from European buyer most likely will clarify the point. Still do not believe me? I can send you the receipt if you want proof.
Nov 16 2013 at 12:24am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Andrew Tsai - Depending on where you live, VAT may be added to the order. In my case I see a discounted price of $84.99 and a VAT of $17.85 making the total price $102.84.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 16 2013 at 1:18am Copy Link
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Peter Dr I am wondering about product support, because I do not think that the Finereader folks have responded to any of the questions here -- unless I am mistaken?
Nov 16 2013 at 2:04am Copy Link
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eb235 @Andrew Tsai+brenda adams+Constantin Florea

As seen from France :
Subtotal: 63.27 EUR with a 50 % discount applied to € 126.54
Total VAT: 13.29 EUR
Total price: 76.56 EUR

The difference in price does not only depend on VAT. The change rate used matters : Abbyy/Avangate uses almost 1.49, yahoo (e.g.) gives almost 1.35...

There's another catch : the language used for the user interface. The French version of FineReader 11 Pro is bound to be more expensive because of the translation/adaptation of the user interface (but the list of languages recognized by the OCR engine remains the same).
For instance amazon.fr lists a French version at € 129 (close to the initial price of € 126.54 above) but also has an "English import" of the Pro edition at 69.23 €.!

I'd say the main problem here (and from here) is using the price of the French edition for the discount but (most probably) delivering the English language edition.

As for me, I see this as another reason for having all my software products in English, the first being easily getting information that is immediately usable (mainly from the Web now).
Nov 16 2013 at 4:25am Copy Link
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Mr_Yeh @eb235 Avangate is using the retail exchange rate available to everyday people, while the other exchange rate you cite is the wholesale exchange rate that is only available to you if you are an institutional buyer dealing in millions. If you want to make a fair comparison, go down to your local bank or travel agent and use their exchange rate (not Yahoo's which is for the financial markets). Then you will probably find that Avangate's is actually better...

As for local taxes, it is set by your own governments, not by BdJ or Avangate or ABBYY, so if you don't like it, write to your political representative or vote them out of office...

And while I'm at it, FineReader 11 Pro is a great product, the most accurate OCR I've found. I use it mainly to convert PDFs into Word. I did use Omnipage before that but found it clunkier. There are many reviews that compare both on the Internet, so you can make up your own minds about it.
Nov 16 2013 at 7:40am Copy Link
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Peter Dr To Brenda Adams: Any thoughts from your proper testing?

To Finereader: any clarification to disenchanted's question about the licence terms (per computer vs per user)
Nov 16 2013 at 7:43am Copy Link
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eb235 @tMr_Yeh
I doubt the exchange rate used by Avangate will prove better but I'll check Tuesday when banks reopen after the weekend -- the difference is steep (10%).
I agree that local taxes are set by the local governments but please note I chose not to comment those taxes.
Nov 16 2013 at 2:34pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! ABBYY has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 17 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Andrew Tsai Just for the record, the price I got $101.25 (as 50% discount of $202.50) has nothing to do with exchange rate or VAT taxes at all. After I click Buy, and Continue, I am brought to Avangate, with a price not in US$ but Euro, with a 50% discount. I changed the rate to US$, and it showed $202.50 x 50% discount to a total of @101.25, with Vat = 0%. I tried clicking Buy on other softwares with discount, all went as expected, even when I tried to click on ABBYY PDF transformer, it went out alright with the price as flagged by Bitsdujour.
On the software, I would say "very good". They can afford to be snobbish not to answer any questions here, as long as they are on the top. But it is not a good strategy in the long run in such a competitive world of sotwares. Think of Adobe. I checked on Omnipage 18, it has a cheaper tagged price, but without a discount, ABBY is still cheaper here. But guess what will I buy when Omnipage is at the same time having a promotion here?
Nov 17 2013 at 5:26am Copy Link
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George Butel I've never used any ABBYY products at all, but I have used various others. I've been blown away recently by how well Omnipage 18 performs. Are there any independent review sites that you can give links to that compare how well your product performs compared with the others?
Nov 17 2013 at 5:30am Copy Link
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