Kooka, part of the kdegraphics package, is a raster image scan program which supports OCR. It is based on the scanner access library SANE. It supports scanning in different modes and resolutions, preview, scan area selection, and an image save assistant which features a gallery organised in a treeview with a comfortable image viewer and thumbnail support. OCR is supported through GOCR, an open source project. Kooka uses the libkscan, which offers scanner support to all KDE applications.
SWAMP is a workflow processing platform in which the workflow is designed in an XML based language in one file which is read by the SWAMP server. It avoids hardcoding business logic, and workflows can be built from different workflow "patterns" like simple actions, decisions, selections, loops, and custom code. The SWAMP server automatically creates a Web GUI from the workflow definition file that guides users through the business logic process based on their roles. Notification is sent if required. Overview pages over all running workflows and much more are available.
Kraft is a KDE application for people who run a small business. It helps create and manage business communication documents like offers and invoices, and focuses on ease of use and high quality PDF output. Kraft is not a specialized in a certain trade or craft. Instead, it covers the practical issues of a small business and helps through easy-to-use yet powerful features to deal with most of the office jobs effectively.