Atalasoft DotImage 10 SDK Released for Microsoft .NET

This week Kofax released its Atalasoft DotImage 10 software developer's toolkit (SDK) for Microsoft .NET. Using the functionality provided by DotImage 10, developers can cost-effectively streamline the usually tedious process of enabling images within cloud-based apps.

The founder and GM of Kofax' subsidiary Atalasoft, William Bither, discussed the release, stating that "Building Web based applications that leverage advanced document imaging can be time consuming and difficult. DotImage's new capabilities allow developers to build custom cloud-based applications that can scan, view and process documents and images with significantly less effort and cost."

This week Kofax released its Atalasoft DotImage 10 software developer's toolkit (SDK) for Microsoft .NET. Using the functionality provided by DotImage 10, developers can cost-effectively streamline the usually tedious process of enabling images within cloud-based apps.

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