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Month: November 2009

edocr Product Update – Messaging related to document processing

edocr.com provides two ways to upload your document files, these being, single upload and bulkupload. Bulkupload is currently restricted to 25 document files per upload, but you may use bulkupload as many times as you wish to publish your full document inventory to edocr.com. We also have an internal tool that allows unlimited number of document files to be uploaded. If you wish us to upload your document files either using bulkupload or internal tool, please contact us today for a quote. edocr is built with three key components, the front-end (edocr.com), the document processing engine and storage. When a…

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Top 10 Speakers I would like to see at RAWNW2010

This is a strange blog post, so please bear with me until I get going. RAW2010, brain child of Mike Perls, the man known simply as “Perls of Wisdom” or the man who would bare all for a publicity stunt, or simply the CEO of MC2, was interested in adding few more speakers of my choice to his celebrity A-list to be heard by the North West’s top 350 entrepreneurs on 20th January 2010. Further to my ramblings on Twitter today, I thought of blogging my top 10 choices. Before that, here is a brief about the event. 20 January…

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StartUp of the Week 2: Vidiactive – Bringing Web Video to TV

On behalf of Northern StartUp 2.0‘s StartUpOftheWeek programme, I caught up with Ben Hookway, CEO of Vidiactive to find out about his latest tech startup. Manoj: What made you launch your company? Briefly, tell us about the company history and the management team. Ben: EV Group (previously Enterprise Ventures) were already looking at the Vidiactive project before I came on board. EV had invested in Next Device, a company I had co-founded and sold to Mentor Graphics. I had kept in touch with EV and talked about a few ideas when Vidiactive came up. Having been primarily involved in the…

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StartUp of the Week 1: Whamoosh – Personalised just got better

This week, I caught up with John Bickley to hear about the recent launch of Whamoosh! A new player in the personalisation business. Applying new technology to revolutionise an established market……… Manoj: What made you launch your company? Briefly, tell us about the company history and the management team John: FaceTec (owned by me) has a patented facial recognition personalisation platform which enables a face in an uploaded image to be recognised & automatically (i) extracted and placed in another image (i.e. replacing the face of the character in the recipient image) & (ii) to add assets e.g. face paint,…

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