Save time by automating PDF document splitting


With the help of AI-based technology, you can easily separate documents within large PDF files. Now, managing any document type and keeping them organized is effortless.

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Experience the power of AI-based OCR, which can handle low-quality scans. Convert your physical documents into digital ones to reduce storage expenses, enhance security, and automate various tasks.

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Tailor the categories to extract information from invoices, receipts, IDs, waybills, and other documents. Modify and approve the results, and later, transfer the exact data to other tools in your arsenal.

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Document classification

Alphamoon Workspace automatically sorts your documents based on their content, appearance, and layout, so you don’t have to do it yourself. It’s like having a co-pilot, except you’re always in control.

Complex files, easy process


When scanning, it’s easy to merge many docs into one PDF. But unpacking can be a hassle. Not anymore. Alphamoon detects docs in a PDF and organizes them in the UI. So, instead of extracting data from the whole PDF, info is extracted separately for each doc, which saves you time and effort.

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Works like a charm on any document type

Process various scans and pair them with data extraction to speed up the document workflow. From pre-processing PDF files to generating a file that includes all your raw data, assorted and ready for further work.


Have questions about the product? Read the most common questions or get in touch with us.

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How do I split a PDF file into multiple documents?

The file is automatically split into multiple documents after being processed. You’ll have your data grouped by a document on the extraction panel in the Supervision view.

Is there a maximum file size that can be split?

There is no limit to the file size.

Can I split various document types?

The document-splitting feature works for any type of document.

Can I split specific pages or page ranges within a PDF?

Yes! Our document-splitting feature is AI-based and recognizes how many pages belong to one document.

Are there options for customizing the naming of the split files?

We’ll add this functionality soon.

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How does page splitting work?

Page splitting in intelligent document processing means dividing large PDF files into smaller documents. Typically, you choose where to break down a single PDF file into multiple smaller PDFs.

It’s is a step-by-step of how you’ll do it:

  1. Input PDF File: The process starts with providing a large PDF file as input. This PDF file typically contains multiple pages or sections of content that need to be divided into smaller documents.
  2. Selection Criteria: You define the criteria for splitting the PDF. These criteria can vary depending on the software and your requirements.
  3. Splitting Process: The software processes the input PDF based on the selected criteria. It can extract the specified pages or content sections from the large PDF and create multiple smaller PDF documents.
  4. Output: The resulting smaller PDF documents are saved or exported by the software. These smaller documents now contain a portion of the original content, organized according to your specified criteria.
  5. Review and Confirmation: You typically can review the smaller PDFs before finalizing the splitting process. Check the content, order, document type, etc., to ensure they meet their requirements.
  6. Completion: Once you confirm the splitting settings and review the smaller documents, the software completes the process, and the smaller PDFs are ready for use or distribution.

Which industries can benefit from page splitting and why?

Industries that can benefit from page splitting feature include:

  • Banking: Banks often deal with large financial reports, loan applications, and customer documents. Page splitting can help organize and process these documents more efficiently.
  • Insurance: Insurance companies handle policy documents, claims, and contracts that may need to be split for easier processing and retrieval.
  • Courts: Legal proceedings generate extensive documents, and page splitting can help manage court records more effectively.
  • Law Firms: Legal documents, contracts, and case files can be lengthy. Page splitting can assist in breaking them into sections for more accessible review and analysis.
  • HR Departments: HR teams deal with resumes, employee records, and onboarding documents. Page splitting can simplify document management and compliance.
  • Government Agencies: Government departments manage large volumes of documents, including applications, permits, and compliance reports. Page splitting can streamline document processing.