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Datalogics partners with Appligent Document Solutions, releases Appligent PDF Forms API

August 05, 2010

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Datalogics, Inc. and Appligent Document Solutions (ADS) have announced the release of the Appligent PDF Forms API through a technology partnership between the two companies.

"We're very excited to be working with Datalogics to meet the needs of their enterprise customers," said Duff Johnson, CEO of ADS. "Our enterprise technology partnership will bring our high-level, time-tested APIs to the developers Datalogics has supported for years."

Kevin McNeill, President of Datalogics, added, "We've seen heavy demand for PDF forms processing and manipulation capabilities ... through this partnership with Appligent, we're now able to offer a market proven forms solution."

The Appligent PDF Forms API is based on ADS's FDFMerge. Now powered by the Adobe PDF Library, FDFMerge fills PDF forms with forms data, fully flattening them for archival purposes or partially flattening them for multi-stage workflows. Further details are available from Datalogics.

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