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ARTS PDF and DSI Launch New Conversion and Content Services

February 11, 2004

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ARTS PDF, the well-known supplier of Acrobat- and PDF-related software and services and division has teamed up with Document Solutions (DSI), the expert document services company, to launch of a range of PDF content and conversion services.

Marketed under the ARTS PDF/DSI brand, the conversion services will begin with a range of services. To be released shortly after that comes a range of content services that will produce Web optimised content, PDFaloud enabled content and content with 508 Certification. The services are exclusive to PDF Store [now closed].

'This collaboration supports ARTS PDF's strategy of providing a complete set of products and services for all PDF users whether they have in-house PDF expertise or not,' said Sam Chandler, CEO, ARTS PDF Solutions. 'Incorporating DSI's services will enhance the ability of ARTS PDF's customers to make use of PDF files within their workflows. They can either use our high-quality software tools to process their PDF files, access our professionals to perform the work for them quickly and easily, or use a combination of ARTS products and DSI capabilities to best reach their goals."

(ARTS PDF and Planet PDF have been since acquired by Debenu)

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