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n.1.(Zool.) See Grouper.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Under Rotelli's guidance, BIS evolved from working with other technology vendors' products to creating its own flagship software, Grooper. It was Rotelli's vision and keen sense of the industry that prompted the change and has allowed BIS to achieve the success it has today.
When Grooper was being developed, Rotelli contributed funds to help ensure the software would be built debt-free and to the best of its capabilities.
The center aims to equip future Grooper engineers and clients with the skills and knowledge required to be successful with the software.
William Grooper (1897-1977) was born on the Lower East Side in New York to immigrant parents.
Oklahoma City-based BIS is the developer of Grooper.
OKLAHOMA CITY Grooper has released Grooper 2.7, designed to simplify document and data capture workstreams and support multi-language processing.
"Grooper was born out of the need to overcome the limitations of traditional document and data capture platforms, and each new release further propels Grooper into a league of its own," said Dan Rotelli, CEO of Grooper LLC.
Oklahoma City-based BIS created the Grooper platform.
Grooper 2.7 features image processing algorithms designed to more effectively clean up document images for other extract data from contracts, land records, mortgage documents and invoices.