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The powerful MadeToPrint token engine allows you to set up variable output workflows. There are almost no limits to configuring tailor-made process steps.
Allied Printing’s digital print needed to accept pre-formatted documents in addition to those that come into the shop as raw data. The company decided to eliminate format restrictions and add new revenue streams to its services portfolio, by investing in …
Datalogics, Inc. just released version 2.1 of our free PDF Checker tool with support for additional checks and the inclusion of the industry-standard VeraPDF tool for PDF/A validation.
callas software, provider of automated PDF quality assurance and archiving solutions, released a major update for its pdfToolbox product line with version 12.2.
In 2019, Beuth Verlag adopted callas software’s solutions to automatically process, convert and validate PDF/A and PDF/X files.
No matter why you are archiving your PDFs, it is important to make sure that your processes are efficient and as automated as possible. From a cost perspective, the files being produced should be the smallest size possible while still …
The ISO-standardized PDF format and subset formats facilitate digital document solutions for today and tomorrow.
PDF/A-4 is essential to losslessly archiving PDF files that use current-generation PDF 2.0 technology… even including scanned documents. From modern Unicode support to interoperability with other specifications PDF/A-4 is the only way to archive PDF files conforming to PDF 2.0.
How do companies stay agile enough in their document and output management to meet increasing customer expectations for speed and quality?
Google Chrome now supports saving tagged PDFs, plus PDF form filling in the browser. Released on 25th August, version 85 of the Chrome web browser included a couple of significant updates to its PDF output capabilities. Let’s take a quick …