activePDF DocConverter Selected as a Readers Choice Award Winner
Press release from the issuing company
MISSION VIEJO, California – September 2, 2004 – Media’s SQL Server Magazine announced today that activePDF DocConverter has been selected a winner in the Best Document-Management/Imaging Software category of the SQL Server Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards.
“Recognition from customers in the industry is an honor and is the ultimate “seal of approval” for the products that won,” said Kim Paulsen, Group Publisher, SQL Server Magazine. “The SQL Server Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards gives readers the opportunity to voice their opinions and for leading technology companies to receive the recognition they deserve.”
Readers were asked to vote on their product preferences in 10 broad technology categories. The ballot included the following categories: Business applications, Business intelligence products, Development tools, Disaster prevention recovery, Hardware, Security, Storage, SQL Server management, Training and certification, and Web-based services.
“Whether it's a few documents a day or thousands, DocConverter provides users with an easy, affordable means to extend robust PDF conversion capabilities to their entire organization,” stated activePDF CEO, Tim Sullivan. “With a few lines of code, DocConverter integrates seamlessly with existing business applications and so we are delighted and honored that it has been recognized in these awards by the users themselves.”
“Few people know more about the best values in SQL Server-related products and services than SQL Server Magazine readers—the people who actually use the products and buy them on behalf of their organizations,” said Kathy Blomstrom, editor, SQL Server Magazine. “By voting for their favorite products and services, our readers have rewarded excellence in the SQL Server market.”
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