OCR non-searchable documents within SharePoint with Aquaforest Searchlight - Aquaforest

OCR non-searchable documents within SharePoint with Aquaforest Searchlight

HOT NEWS – we have now finished our Beta Testing and launched Aquaforest Searchlight with a new look website to coincide.

Find out how Aquaforest Searchlight can help determine the visibility of your documents in SharePoint.

Aquaforest Searchlight is our new innovative software offering which has been designed to audit and convert non-searchable documents (Image-PDFs, TIFFs etc,) within SharePoint supporting both  SP2010 & SP2013. The software is a stand-alone software product which can be installed on any server from which the SharePoint site is accessible; Searchlight is very easy to deploy and can be configured to add document libraries for auditing and OCR conversion in-place.

You can download and evaluate a free copy of Searchlight from the following link which once installed will allow you to audit any number of document libraries without any restrictions and will allow for the OCR conversion of 100 documents:


We have some additional resources which may be useful such as the Aquaforest Searchlight video highlighting the business problem faced by many SharePoint users and how Searchlight can be configured to provide the solution: http://www.aquaforest.com/video/1.html

The Aquaforest Searchlight Reference Guide provides detailed information on each setting within the application, it also deals with frequently asked questions relating to the installation and operation of the software. www.aquaforest.com/products/aquaforest searchlight reference guide.pdf

To commemorate the release of Aquaforest Searchlight, we are offering an Introductory Launch Offer of 15% Discount for all Searchlight software sales until December 31st 2013.

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Neil Pitman founded Aquaforest Limited in 2001 and is the chief architect for the company’s PDF and OCR software products used by thousands of organizations ranging from NASA to the Dutch Ministerie van Justitie. Neil has 30 years’ experience in the software industry in the UK and USA in the areas of database systems, document management and software development tools and has served on the IDT committees of the British Standards Institute (BSI) and was a co-author of the BSI’s 2007 publication on the Long Term Preservation of Digital Documents.