HyperScience vs Simple Fractal comparison

 

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Categories and Ranking

HyperScience
Average Rating
7.6
Number of Reviews
7
Ranking in other categories
Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) (6th)
Simple Fractal
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) (72nd)
 

Featured Reviews

Satender Sajwan - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 25, 2022
Gave a better output every time, reduced our touch time by 80%, and had a robust reporting mechanism to improve the process
We tested HyperScience on structured formats of the forms, and it worked really well. We tested it with semi-structured formats, and it worked well. We also tested creating a new form that does not have any format. HyperScience has less capability while working on unstructured forms. Unstructured forms are those where there is no standard structure and the information can be anywhere on the form. They need to develop this capability. Such a capability would make it a perfect system for processes like data entry, accounts tables, etc. Secondly, before putting the actual volume in the tool, I believe that we have to create a manual form every time. If the procedure of creating the forms can be shortened or automated, it would help. It would reduce the manual effort of creating a form every time you start working on it. There should be an automated form creation system that does not require any manual intervention. Whenever a new form comes, the system should be able to create a dummy form for that. That will help.
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"I think HyperScience is cheaper when compared to other tools. They also have a lifetime licensing option."
"I don't have any idea about the licensing costs, but I know that there was a per-page charge. They had different models of pricing. One of them was based on the minimum number of pages, and we had a fixed price. So, the price model depends on the volume that is coming through HyperScience."
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Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
17%
Financial Services Firm
13%
Insurance Company
9%
Manufacturing Company
7%
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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about HyperScience?
It provides the best accuracy for handwritten forms, which is a struggle in the industry. You can take processes with a lot of manual work and streamline them through this tool.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for HyperScience?
I don't have any idea about the licensing costs, but I know that there was a per-page charge. They had different models of pricing. One of them was based on the minimum number of pages, and we had ...
What needs improvement with HyperScience?
We tested HyperScience on structured formats of the forms, and it worked really well. We tested it with semi-structured formats, and it worked well. We also tested creating a new form that does not...
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Sample Customers

Hyperscience's customers are some of the top enterprises in the Insurance, Government, Financial Services, and Healthcare industries.
1. Airbnb2. Amazon3. Apple4. AT&T5. Bank of America6. BMW7. Cisco8. Coca-Cola9. Dell10. Disney11. eBay12. Facebook13. Ford14. Google15. HP16. IBM17. Intel) 18. JPMorgan Chase19. Kraft Heinz20. L'Oréal21. McDonald's22. Merck23. Microsoft24. Nike25. Oracle26. PepsiCo27. Procter & Gamble28. Samsung29. Toyota30. Visa31. Walmart32. Wendy's
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