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UiPath Document Understanding

UiPath Document Understanding

Metering & Charging Logic

This section includes specific information about the metering & charging logic for page units, depending on the used activity, and explains the page unit cost per page for extractors, OCR engines, classifiers, other components.

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Note:

The charges apply per extracted page and per extraction method, meaning that, for example, both Form Extractor and Machine Learning Extractor are run, then the charges would be 1.2 page units.

Digitization

Page unit cost per extracted page

UiPath Document OCR *
* Requires a valid DU license

0

Omnipage OCR

0

Tesseract OCR

0

Microsoft OCR

0

Abbyy OCR
/
Requires external license, consumption varies by provider

0

Microsoft Azure Computer Vision OCR
/
Requires external license, consumption varies by provider

0

Google Cloud Vision OCR
/
Requires external license, consumption varies by provider

0

Classification

Page unit cost per extracted page

Keyword Classifier

0

Intelligent Keyword Classifier

1 *

Machine Learning Classifier

1 *

The extraction for Keyword Classifier is free, while for Intelligent Keyword Classifier and ML Classifier the following costs are applied:

Document Pages

Page Units Needed

1-24

0

25-49

1

50-74

2

75-99

3

100-124

4

125+

5

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Note:

Classification charges are capped at maximum 5 units per document.

Extraction

Page unit cost per extracted page

RegEx Extractor

0

Form Extractor

0.2

Intelligent Form Extractor

1

Machine Learning Extractor

1*

Forms AI

1

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Note:

The Machine Learning Extractor consumes one unit/processed page, even if the extracted information is not to be found on that page.

Other Components

Page unit cost per extracted page

Validation Station

0

Classification Station

0

Taxonomy Manager

0

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Note:

For further pricing-related questions, please contact our sales team.

Updated about a month ago


Metering & Charging Logic


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