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FormRouter announces new pricing for Reader-enabling service

December 14, 2005

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FormRouter, Inc. has announced new pricing options for organizations deploying PDF forms that require extended rights such as local save and digital signatures. FormRouter is currently the only PDF Application Service Provider (ASP) licensed by Adobe to activate PDF usage rights for customers within North America.

According to FormRouter CEO Chris M. Pieper, "We are pleased to have Adobe's support in launching new options for non-profits, educational, public sector and small to medium sized organizations to deploy intelligent Reader Extended documents. At $125 per page, just about anyone can realize the full potential of PDF forms and the free Adobe Reader."

The Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions software allows document providers to unlock forms-processing features for end users with only the free Adobe Reader software. When a PDF document thus enabled is opened, users can access features such as digital signatures, 2D bar-coding, filling and submitting data electronically and local saving. Since these special rights are enabled only on a per-document basis, they will only function when the user receives rights-enabled PDF files.

More information on the deal can be found on the FormRouter website.

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