Klippa partners with Make to unlock automation possibilities

Through this technology partnership, the Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) vendor and the no-code automation platform will help organizations reduce manual data entry, improve accuracy and speed up processes that involve any form of document management.

Klippa, an Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) vendor, announced March 26 that it has entered into a technology partnership with automation platform Make. Together, the two companies aim to make it easier for organizations to access Klippa’s advanced document automation solutions within the no-code environment of Make’s automation platform.

Organizations can connect Klippa’s document parsing API with more than 1,500 apps available on Make’s platform, facilitating tasks such as extracting text from images or PDFs and automatically processing invoices, receipts, IDs, contracts, and more, enabling automated workflows.

Tom Oudhuis, Head of Partnerships at Klippa, commented: “This partnership lowers the barrier for organizations to start making use of our document scanning technologies. Making digitalization of paper based easier and more accessible. By joining forces with Make, we are not just integrating two platforms; we are opening up a big world of possibilities for further automation.”

Andre Dogan, Technology Partnerships Director of Make, added: “We’re excited for Klippa as a new Make application and technology partner, together empowering businesses with the tools they need to automate and optimize their operations. Klippa’s IDP capabilities, combined with our robust automation platform, will unlock new possibilities for efficiency and innovation.”

Headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Klippa is an Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) vendor specializing in document scanning and data extraction, using AI-powered OCR and machine learning, with a mission to simplify document workflows.

You can find more information on the partnership here.

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