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Global Graphics Announces Strategic Partnership With Corel

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Acton, MA, – Global Graphics and Corel have announced an agreement to develop and market products that leverage Global Graphics' PDF and Page Description Language technology. Global Graphics is a leading developer of OEM software used in printing and electronic document solutions.

Gary Fry, CEO of Global Graphics said, "With this partnership Global Graphics is providing Corel with powerful PDF technology that's a natural fit with the company's renowned graphics and productivity product line up."

Nick Davies, senior vice president and general manager, graphics and productivity at Corel said, "The PDF format plays an important role in many of Corel's products and we've been known as a pioneer in supporting this standard. By partnering with Global Graphics, we're taking this further by giving our customers an even greater selection of powerful PDF capabilities that make it easy to create, share and archive documents and information."

Global Graphics is an acknowledged expert in PDF (Portable Document Format) and has worked with the format since it was introduced in 1993, supplying PDF conversion software to application developers such as Quark and Fuji Xerox. The Company is actively involved in international standards committees: Global Graphics Chief Technology Officer is the UK primary expert on the International Standards Organization (ISO) for PDF itself, for PDF/A (the standard for archiving electronic documents) and for PDF/VT (the standard for use of PDF in variable data print workflows).


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