Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Services


Revolutionize Data Entry with Effortless OCR Technology


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Convert Image to Text

Seamlessly transform paper documents into digital data, expediting processes

Automatic image enhancement

Our OCR technology is able to automatically rotate, adjust brightness, transform and more to get an accurate text extraction

Convert Multiple Type of Documents

Our state of the art OCR technology allows you to scan KTP, KK, NPWP, STNK, BPKP, Passports, Rekening Koran (BCA, Mandiri, BNI, and BRI) and Invoice

Convert Photocopied Documents and Handwriting

With the help of our image enhancement technology. We are now able to extract text from photocopied images from KTP, KK, NPWP, STNK, BPKP, Passports and even handwriting from Rekening Koran and Invoice.


AI Automatic Field Detection

Our OCR is equipped with state of the art AI auto field detection technology. Reduce workload and time for manual data entry process in your business

Confidence Level

Increase efficiency with the help of our accuracy confidence level. With confidence level, you will be able to quickly identify which field needs to be double checked.


Our AI Based Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Services Advantage

Seamless Consumer Experience

OCR expedites data entry, minimizing user effort and time

Enhanced Data Accuracy

Enjoy heightened accuracy, reducing the risk of data inconsistencies

Low Cost Implementation

Integrate OCR seamlessly into your systems via our robust APIs.

Reduced Data Entry Workload

Our OCR enables your internal team to focus on what matters

Help Desk From 7 to 7

Get help from our expert from Monday to Sunday 7 am to 7 pm

Start Your Data Transformation Process

Unleash the Power of OCR

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Software by eendigo: Revolutionizing Data Processing

eendigo’s OCR application has unlocked the doors to an era of efficiency and precision in data processing. By integrating advanced OCR technology, eendigo provides innovative solutions for converting text from various documents or images into a digital format that is easily manageable. The strength of this application lies not only in its ability to recognize and extract text with high accuracy but also in its adaptability to various languages and font types. Consequently, eendigo not only facilitates document management but also opens new opportunities to optimize productivity and information accuracy across various industries. Let’s delve deeper into how eendigo takes the OCR experience to a higher level.

OCR for Data Entry Automation

eendigo’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR) application is employed to automate data entry processes, with Meta Verification being a prime example. In Meta Verification, OCR scans and recognizes text from documents, extracts information such as names, addresses, and identification numbers, and subsequently fills or verifies data automatically. By leveraging OCR, companies or organizations can enhance speed and accuracy in data management, saving time and minimizing the risk of human errors.

Intelligent Data Capture Solutions with Artificial Intelligence (AI) Integration

Intelligent Data Capture solutions incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) for smarter data retrieval. Consequently, the information management process becomes more efficient and adaptable to changes.

Types of Documents Read by OCR

The OCR application can read various types of documents, ranging from ID cards, family cards, tax identification numbers, vehicle registration certificates, passports, invoices, bank statements, and several other documents. This makes it highly flexible and suitable for various business needs.

FAQ About Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Services

OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition, which is a technology used to recognize text in scanned images or documents. OCR applications are software or computer programs that utilize this OCR technology to extract text from various types of documents, such as images, scanned documents, or PDF files. OCR technology enables computers to “understand” text within images and convert it into editable and searchable text documents.

The first step is to obtain an image or document that you want to process with an OCR application. This can be a scanned document, a photo, an image from a camera, or an image within a PDF document. The acquired image may require pre-OCR processing to optimize its quality. This includes steps such as noise reduction and ensuring that the image is in the correct orientation.

In this stage, the OCR application uses specific algorithms to recognize characters and letters within the image. The OCR application also attempts to match the recognized characters with characters in a previously known character database.

Once the characters are recognized and matched, the results are converted into editable text. The obtained text data can be directly used to fill in forms automatically or serve as the basis for further automated data processing.

Regular scanners operate on a similar concept to digital cameras, which involves converting physical items or documents into digital files that can be stored electronically. OCR applications are designed to convert scanned image data into machine-readable text data.

OCR applications are generally more compatible with various file formats compared to regular scanners because their primary focus is on converting text from scanned images or documents. However, the level of compatibility can vary depending on the OCR technology you are using. OCR applications can work with various image formats, PDF documents, and plain text documents, and some can even support text extraction from eBook formats like EPUB and MOBI.

While OCR applications have relatively broad compatibility, the best OCR results are achieved with high-quality images or documents that are free from interference. Documents with low quality, blurry characters, or noisy backgrounds may yield less accurate OCR results. Additionally, OCR applications may have varying language support, so the accuracy of OCR results can depend on the languages recognized by the application. Always check the documentation of the OCR application you are using to ensure compatibility with the file formats and languages you require.

OCR (Optical Character Recognition) applications play a crucial role in assisting businesses across various industries in populating forms based on government data. Here’s how OCR technology is used in these sectors:

  1. Banking and Finance
    In the banking sector, OCR is used to recognize and extract data such as names, addresses, ID card numbers, and other critical information from consumer identification documents like ID cards. The automatically extracted data is then populated into application forms or bank account opening forms. This enables a fast and accurate form-filling process, reducing the time required to open accounts or apply for loans.

  2. Telecommunications
    Telecommunications service providers use OCR to recognize and input data from identification documents, such as ID cards, when customers sign up or request changes to their accounts. This data is used for identity verification, form population, and enhancing customer service.


  1. Government Services
    In the government services sector, OCR assists in populating licensing forms, healthcare services applications, or social assistance programs based on the identification data provided by citizens. This speeds up the application process and ensures data accuracy.

  2. Tax and Insurance
    Government entities and insurance companies use OCR to recognize tax data from taxpayer-identification numbers (NPWP) and automatically populate tax forms. In the insurance industry, OCR aids in filling out insurance claim forms based on identification documents provided by policyholders.


  1. Education
    Educational institutions such as schools, universities, and colleges use OCR to populate student application forms based on personal data found in identification documents. This streamlines the admission and scholarship application process.

  2. Procurement of Goods and Services
    In this sector, companies supplying goods or services to the government populate forms based on government identification data, meeting contract and licensing requirements.

  3. Healthcare Services
    Hospitals and healthcare service providers use OCR to fill out medical treatment forms based on patients’ personal data found in identification documents. This ensures accurate medical data and expedites administrative processes.

  4. Real Estate Market
    Real estate agencies use OCR to recognize data from vehicle registration certificates (BPKB) and populate property transaction forms based on the recognized motor vehicle information. This simplifies the property ownership transfer process.

  5. Entertainment Industry
    In the entertainment industry, consumers may be required to fill out age or identity verification forms based on government-issued identification documents. OCR assists in identifying identification data for verification of eligibility.

By utilizing OCR technology, businesses across various sectors can automate and expedite the process of populating forms with government data, reducing human errors, and enhancing operational efficiency and customer experiences. This is crucial in the context of business development, cost reduction, and compliance with stringent regulations.

You can request a demonstration of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Software to experience the ease of automated form filling and enhancing your customer’s experience. You can also chat with us directly via WhatsApp.