Lockheed Martin Uses TMSSequoia, Now Accusoft, to Process Data in the 2000 Decennial Census
Very few software firms can claim to affect every American. Yet touching “every hand in the land” accurately describes TMSSequoia, now Accusoft, thanks to its participation in the 2000 decennial census. Compared to the numbers involved with most document technology applications, the census statistics are flabbergasting. Over a quarter-billion people registered on forms from over 100 million families, making this the largest, most complex data capture project in history.
TMSSequoia was a leading software developer created in 1981, that provided products and toolkits to some of the world’s largest corporations and governmental agencies. Recipient of several notable awards, it installed over a million copies of its software for more than 2,200 customers. In 2004, it was acquired by Pegasus Imaging, now known as Accusoft, which integrated TMSSequoia’s forms processing and document image cleanup technology into its solutions.
|TMSSequoia, now Accusoft, provided image processing software and image quality assessment software joined with high-speed scanners and controllers including workflow, optical mark recognition (OMR), optical character recognition (OCR), and data correction software to complete the total solution. Learn how this helped Lockheed Martin complete the 2000 census with unparalleled accuracy.|
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