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Roger Reeves

PDF Tools AG

Roger Reeves has been involved in document and data management since 1988. A native Canadian, Reeves moved to Switzerland in 1992 and spent several years heading documentation offices at ABB. He began managing documentation projects for software solution providers in 1997 before taking on his current marketing role with PDF Tools AG in November 2004.

Reeves holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree from the Royal Military College of Canada and spends his free hours with his family, playing in his local Swiss band, and running marathons.

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If you bake a cake, you start by checking the "best before" date on the cake mix, smelling the milk to ensure it's still good, and looking at the eggs when cracking them open. If any of the ingredients are bad or have reached their expiry date, you won't use them. In comparison, how many companies check the PDF documents they receive from external (or other internal) sources before entering them into business processes, where the cost of failure is considerably higher? Roger Reeves of PDF Tools AG explains.

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