Accomate co., ltd (‘ZTRUS’) is a Thai startup providing automatic data entry service with OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and AI-based cognitive templates designed for various types of documents. These technologies were developed by in-house developers and researchers. Our leading teams have more than 20 years of experience in this field. Therefore, our technology can reach very high performance in both Thai and English. Moreover, we can provide services both on cloud and on premise.
We have developed technology with agility for servicing organizations in the digital era where you are working with various types of documents, high labor costs and move with speed. We imitate cognitive logics of human in our approach for we can extract information accurately with various forms without fixed templates
From the very first day, ZTRUS started with AI-based Process Automation Platform for Accounting solutions including ZBook AI-based Bookkeeping System and ZBiz invoicing solution. We joined Dtac Accelerate batch 7 and came out with a bigger vision.
Now we are not limited ourselves to only invoicing and accounting industries but working with partners to expand use cases to various industries such as retails, e-commerce, insurance, banking, finance, education, government and legal documents
In April 2020, we were invested by NVEST Venture managing PE fund of Government Saving Bank (GSB) and Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)
"We believe that our technology can break the limit of existing process and further improve efficiency"
CEO & Co-Founder
CTO & Co-Founder
Panachit Kittipanya-ngam, PhD, a son of accountant family. He understands about the pains of business workflows and document management so well that he adapted his expertise on computer vision and innovation development to change industries.
Panachit graduated PhD in Computer Vision from the University of Manchester. He is an ex-president of Thailand Tech Startup Association
Ithipan Methasate graduated PhD. In Machine Learning and OCR from Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT)
Ithipan had worked as researcher at National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) for more than 20 years on Thai OCR and Machine Learning