Accusoft

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Accusoft
TypePrivate
IndustryComputer software
Founded1991
HeadquartersTampa
Key peoplePresident: Jack Berlin
ProductsOCR, document capture, forms processing, barcode, image compression, DICOM, PDF, viewing, mobile
Websitewww.accusoft.com
 
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Accusoft
TypePrivate
IndustryComputer software
Founded1991
HeadquartersTampa
Key peoplePresident: Jack Berlin
ProductsOCR, document capture, forms processing, barcode, image compression, DICOM, PDF, viewing, mobile
Websitewww.accusoft.com

Accusoft was founded in 1991 as Pegasus Imaging, by Jack Berlin, the current CEO and President. It is a privately held software company that is headquartered in Tampa, Florida with additional office locations in Boston, Massachusetts, and Atlanta, Georgia.

Currently, the company provides imaging software development kits (SDKs) and applications for multiple platforms and development environments, including iOS, Android, .NET, Silverlight, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, and IBM AIX.

Distribution of products is worldwide through various partners, resellers, and distributors.

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The company was founded in 1991 as Pegasus Imaging, by Jack Berlin, the CEO and President. In 1997 it acquired Imaging, Barcode, OCR, and ICR companies. TMS Sequoia, a competitor that offered document image cleanup technology, was acquired in 2004.

In December 2008, Accusoft was acquired, adding additional imaging products, including ImageGear. Three weeks later, the acquisition of Tasman Software was announced, adding Java and Java ME Barcode technology. During March 2009, Pegasus Imaging was rebranded to Accusoft Pegasus.

On October 3, 2011 Adeptol was acquired, adding viewing technology to existing viewing product offerings.[1] February 21, 2012 Accusoft Pegasus was rebranded as Accusoft.[2]

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