Gent, Belgium and San Mateo, California - Enfocus Software CEO Peter Camps today announced that beginning next week, Enfocus will ship its new Certify PDF plug-in to Adobe Acrobat, based on Enfocus' recently-developed Certified PDF Workflow technology. The Certified PDF Workflow including the Certify PDF plug-in addresses common PDF workflow problems with advanced techniques that 1. streamline the PDF workflow, 2. track responsibility, and 3. maintain document consistency between the final production file and the original application file.
Camps said these three issues are becoming more significant as organizations increase use of the PDF format; especially in larger volume applications. "Large scale exchange of PDF files between multiple companies, and between numerous locations, mandates a predictable and systematic method of certification," he said, emphasizing relevance in applications such as ad delivery for newspapers and magazines, and all PDF applications at large commercial and digital printers, as well as prepress houses. "We're confident that the Enfocus Certified PDF Workflow and compliant products will become standard for PDF workflow efficiency and consistency that will benefit everyone."
Pricing & Availability
For $249 per seat and available January 15, 2001 from Enfocus at www.enfocus.com, Enfocus Certify PDF is an Acrobat plug-in for certifying PDF documents within PDF workflows. Volume pricing is available.
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