MATSUYAMA, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As a medical system manufacturer, PSC Inc. (hereinafter "PSC") is engaged in consulting with and proposing systems to medical institution clientele, and developing proprietary systems. PSC persistently considers the needs of customers to independently create systems designed to fulfill their demands. PSC believes that this policy is a major factor in bringing a sense of energy to the systems needed not only in the medical sector, but in all others as well.
Although the company has provided a wide array of products which are being used effectively in medical institutions, it is confident that the underlying logic and systems that make up its foundation, as well as its novel ideas can also be applied in fields outside of medical care.
Going forward the company plans to leverage the past accomplishments and trust that it has carefully cultivated in the medical field, which demands safety and stability, to offer products that can be used outside of the medical arena, and to launch never-before-seen innovations not only in Japan, but globally.
PSC has three products scheduled for exhibition in this year's CEATEC JAPAN. You are invited to visit the booth to witness products that have made it possible for ordinary users to acquire and link data, create documents and forms, as well as manage data. Previously these tasks required an engineer to be performed.
P-Launcher/BCR allows users to easily and securely perform data acquisition, themselves. Via proprietary patented technology, this product makes it possible to acquire and utilize on-screen text that cannot be recognized using typical optical character recognition (OCR) methods, with 100% accuracy.
Similar to P-Launcher/BCR, this product enables users to acquire data. Acquisition entry settings can be configured to match their intended use. This tool is aimed at professionals and makes it possible to acquire and use data with even more sophistication.
DocuMaker is a product that allows users themselves to easily create forms. It makes it possible, for the textual information recorded, to be managed in a database and used in secondary applications such as statistics, analytics, and searching tasks.