Enfocus Software New Certify PDF Receives Seybold Editors Hot Pick
Press release from the issuing company
March 27, 2001 -SAN MATEO, CA - Enfocus Software today announced it is receiving a coveted Seybold Publications Editors' Hot Pick for its new product, Certify PDF, to be shown at the upcoming Seybold Seminars Boston, April 10-12. New Enfocus Certify PDF is an Acrobat plug-in for certifying PDF documents within PDF workflows. This is Enfocus' third selection from Seybold Publications, having previously won Hot Picks in 1998 and 1999.
At Seybold Seminars Boston 2001, Seybold Publications is awarding Hot Picks to 23 "products and innovative technologies designed to advance Web, print and cross-media publishing" out of a pool of nearly 200 applicants.
"We are excited about the interesting products and emerging technologies we've selected as our Hot Picks for Seybold Boston 2001," said Patricia Evans, editor of The Bulletin: Seybold News and Views on Electronic Publishing. "The products selected reflect our vision of where the publishing industry is heading."
John Parsons, Senior West Coast Editor for the Seybold Report on Publishing Systems, says of the Enfocus Certify PDF Hot Pick designation, "Because PDF files are editable, accountability for making changes is a major concern for document creators and producers. Enfocus' new offering, Certify PDF, creates a dynamic environment for tracking 'who did what'. For users embracing late-stage PDF editing, Certify PDF can bring order out of chaos."
"It's extremely gratifying to be recognized yet again by such a prestigious publication as Seybold. This Hot Pick, in addition to the great reception we've had from those who have seen Certify PDF early on, reinforces our commitment to this whole direction, " said Peter Camps, Enfocus CEO. "We look forward to showing our latest solutions to our core user audience at the upcoming Seybold Seminars conference."
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