ActivePDF Launches PDF Software Program for End Users

Patricia La Bella // January 30, 2020

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ActivePDF  is commemorating their 20-year anniversary in January, 2020, with the release of DocSpace™ – a new software application that provides PDF automation to run on Windows® PC desktops and servers.

Founded by Chief Architect and CEO Tim Sullivan in 2000, ActivePDF continues develop high-volume PDF SDKs, Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) digital document solutions for developers and end users.

Over the last two decades, ActivePDF has developed award-winning  PDF developer tools for enterprise-wide automation, including document conversion, modification, compression, OCR, redaction, and more.

To commemorate the 20-year anniversary, ActivePDF has published an infographic detailing many of the milestones it has achieved since 2000. Click here for the full infographic.

“Twenty years ago, I started ActivePDF with the vision of creating a painless process for Windows developers to integrate high-performance PDF creation, conversion, and manipulation into their server-based applications,” says Sullivan. “At that time, our slogan was simple – ‘Looking good just got easier.’ Now, on our 20-year anniversary, looking good just got easier for everyone! I’m pleased to announce the next evolution of ActivePDF with the immediate availability of DocSpace, our new on-demand and batch no-code solutions for PDF that runs on both Windows desktops and servers. While I’m proud of the past work we’ve done, I’m even more excited about what the future holds as we evolve even further with innovative technology.”

DocSpace key features from other ActivePDF products include:

  • No-Code Solution: On-demand RPA file management automation runs on Windows PC desktops and servers.
  • User-Friendly Interface: Easy to install and configure, DocSpace provides users the ability to perform RPA document processing tasks by either drag-and-drop or a simple right-click.
  • PDF Conversion: Convert to and from PDF without opening the original file or other applications.
  • OCR and Redaction: Optical Character Recognition (OCR) provides accurate conversion into searchable text PDF documents and Redaction removes and obscures sensitive data within PDF files.
  • And More!

“I’m extremely appreciative of the businesses, users and partners worldwide that have taken part on this journey thus far,” adds Sullivan. “ActivePDF will continue to be at the forefront of the evolution of PDF technology and innovations for many years to come.”

To learn more and get started with a free trial, visit the DocSpace product page.

For more technical information on DocSpace, read through the Documentation and Release Notes pages.


ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Patricia La Bella

ActivePDF is a leader in the software industry, providing developer tools for embedding feature-rich, server-side PDF functionality to businesses worldwide. Patricia collaborates closely with the Marketing Director to create marketing concepts, content, and campaigns. Her main duties include: marketing copy writing; conceptualizing and writing various online content, advertisements (print and digital), automated emails, case studies, blogs and articles, marketing messaging, …

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Patricia La Bella

ActivePDF is a leader in the software industry, providing developer tools for embedding feature-rich, server-side PDF functionality to businesses worldwide. …

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