Business Cards Recognition


VCF (Virtual Card Format) or vCard is a digital file format for storing contact information and is a file format standard for electronic business cards. vCards are often attached to e-mail messages but can be exchanged in other ways. The format is widely used for data interchange among popular information exchange applications. A vCard usually contains name and address information, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, URLs, logos, photographs, and any audio clips. A vCard is used as a data interchange format in personal digital assistants (PDAs), personal information managers (PIMs) and customer relationship management (CRMs). 

Owing to the importance and emerging needs for this format, Aspose.Email Cloud has been enriched to support this format. The Business cards recognition API is a card scanner, which allows you to convert captured business cards and name card images, into a vCard format, for later to be stored as contacts. In simple words, it enables us to convert images into VCard format.

The following image depicts a conversion flow from a business card to vCard format.


Parse Business Card Image to VCard

Image Located on Storage

Please try using ParseStorage method from AiBcrApi to recognize VCard from an image located on storage.

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