DocsCorp to license Adobe’s core PDF technologies across its product range

Published on July 26, 2013 by kerryc
DocsCorp, a global leader in document integration technology and productivity software for enterprise content management systems, announced today that it has reached agreement with Chicago-based Datalogics to license core Adobe technologies. Datalogics is Adobe's premier partner for licensing PDF toolkits to software developers. DocsCorp will utilize the Adobe PDF Library and Adobe Normalizer technologies in all its products - pdfDocs, compareDocs and contentCrawler. In particular pdfDocs 4, scheduled for release later this year, will see a complete rebuild to incorporate these technologies to provide DocsCorp clients with an expanded and even more powerful PDF editing and manipulation capability. The rebuild will also see a simpler and more intuitive user interface for increased end user productivity. Commenting on the announcement, DocsCorp President Dean Sappey, said "this agreement underscores Adobe's view of DocsCorp as a partner rather than as a competitor. Under the terms of the agreement, DocsCorp can now take full advantage of the same core PDF technology that Adobe uses in its Acrobat family of products." Sappey continues to note that not all PDF developers and software houses are able to license this technology.

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pdfDocs is a project-centric PDF management application that integrates with business systems to deliver higher levels of efficiency and productivity when assembling, editing and distributing business-critical documents in PDF and PDF/A. contentCrawler is an integrated analysis, processing and reporting framework that intelligently assesses image-based documents in content repositories for batch conversion to text-searchable PDFs, which are then saved back into the content repository for indexing. compareDocs is the world’s leading-edge technology for comparing and analysing the difference between two documents with incredible accuracy and reliability across all document types. In addition to Word-to-Word comparison, compareDocs can natively compare the difference between two PDF documents. About Datalogics Chicago-based Datalogics, Incorporated, an Adobe Portfolio Company, has dedicated over 40 years to delivering the highest quality software technologies and services which meet the most demanding customer needs. Datalogics is the premier source for Adobe PDF developer technologies, including the Adobe PDF Library, Adobe Normalizer, Adobe PDF Print Engine, Adobe Reader Mobile SDK, and Adobe Content Server; and are members the of PDF Association, the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), and the Readium Foundation.