Census quickly and without compromising the range of detection accuracy of Tel Aviv, Israel/Cologne top image Systems Ltd. (TIS) (NASDAQ: TISA), a leading provider of data capture solutions, by the Statistics Office in Thailand (National Statistics Office NSO) received an order, to handle 38 million forms for the upcoming census of the country. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Charles Koch. TIS will handle the extensive project together with teletrol-one, a Thai system integrator of software solutions in the area of the authority. In the run-up to the vote for TIS, the NSO was looking for a system that could handle the large quantities of documents in the context of the Census quickly and without compromising the range of detection accuracy. From the selection procedure with proof-of-concept and benchmark testing, eFLOW successfully emerged and took part in a pilot program, 2009. During the one-year pilot phase, surpassing even the requirements from NSO eFLOW and thereby effectively finished the functionality of its flexible workflow processes. Upon completion of this phase chose the NSO final use by eFLOW to the collection and processing of census sheets. That we got the contract for the Thailand census in collaboration with teletrol-one, very pleased”, commented Alex Toh, Managing Director of TIS Asia Pacific Pte.
Obtaining the order for such a large project, proves once again the quality of the eFLOW platform and its functionality. Also it is consolidating its position as a leading technology for the efficient and effective processing of large quantities of documents.” In the context of the Census first locally scanned the forms in 76 provinces of Thailand and then centrally processed in Bangkok. Overall, the NSO anticipates approximately 38 million documents. Also the Statistical Office will also continue to work with eFLOW, then for the acquisition of eight million General Survey sheets. TIS has including the comprehensive know-how of twelve years of experience with census projects in more than 17 countries, Turkey, Brazil, Ireland, Scotland, India, Belarus (Belarus), Viet Nam, South Africa, Italy and Cyprus.