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Berlin February 21, 2017 – callas software’s pdfaPilot is now also available in the cloud or as a web service. This is thanks to callas’ partner Actino Software, which has used the solution’s software development kit (SDK) to integrate pdfaPilot into t …

New solutions and practical presentations for PDF in the digital office Berlin/Hanover, January 31 2017 – callas software, a leading provider of automatic PDF processing and archiving solutions, will be present as part of the digital Premier League at …

callas software GmbH, a provider of powerful PDF technology for publishing, printing production and document archiving, will present version 5.0 of its pdfaPilot in the BITKOM ECM Solutions Park (Hall 3, Stand B17) at this year’s CeBIT. This new release allows users to archive emails in PDF/A format, guaranteeing long-term reproducibility and system independence.

Berlin, 02. October 2013. callas software GmbH, a vendor of powerful PDF technology for publishing and archiving, has been selected as business partner by Software602, an important software vendor in the Czech Republic. Software602 uses callas pdfaPilo …

Canadian company Notarius is integrating callas pdfaPilot into ConsignO, its solution for digitally signing PDF documents. The callas software technology, already used in Adobe® Acrobat® XI, will enable users to thoroughly validate PDF/A compliance of documents, a valued benefit for Notarius’ 10,000 customers.

Visit booth C71 in Hall 5 at DMS Expo for full details Berlin, 19 October 2012 – No sooner has the ISO standards organization officially released the new PDF/A-3 archival standard and callas pdfaPilot already supports it. In a major update of its pdfaP …

In an archival project it may be important that the archival PDFs do comply also with PDF/X to make sure that they can be output on a high end printing device – today or in the future. In many such projects questions arise about what are the differences between the two PDF based ISO standards and the following brief overview should shed some light on this. How can compliance with PDF/A and PDF/X be achieved at the same time in a single file?