Olive Software enables its customers to transform documents into intelligently tagged XML that can be viewed in its original format, searched at a granular level, or repurposed for other applications.
Hundreds of companies and millions of end-users rely on Olive to unlock the information in their content and publish it through a browser, customized web application or portal, or knowledge management application.
Olive’s end-to-end electronic publishing platform uses proprietary technology to understand the structure and semantics of electronic, paper, microfilm, and microfiche documents and automatically convert them to XML with highly searchable metadata.
Organizations use Olive’s ActivePaper products for
- Electronic Publishing - Makes information available in a digestible format that reduces information overload
- Archiving - Builds a unified, searchable collection of documents from disparate sources
- XML Conversion - Automates the conversion of documents into application-specific XML schemas
Olive Software is based in Denver, Colorado, with sales representatives in California, New York, Texas and R&D facilities in Israel.
Olive was founded in 2000 by a team of experienced entrepreneurs and technologists with a clear vision to develop the first platform that can automate the XML production of documents in any type of organization. After years of extensive research efforts, the team developed an innovative, intelligent content processing technology that makes information instantly available as an enriched XML format, accessible and reusable, saving the need for dedicated production systems, manual tagging, cumbersome workflows and the need for front-end applications. Olive's founders have received numerous patents and awards for their inventions in the fields of intelligent content processing and parallel computing.
Olive strives to provide organizations with technology solutions that transform their content resources into intelligent knowledge assets, enabling discovery, effective search and future preservation.