Deque Systems Inc. recently announced the beta release of Deque Undoc for PDF(R), a new software solution that transforms PDF files into HTML and XML. The new solution provides an easy-to-use interface that automates single file and bulk transformation of PDF content into HTML and XML.
Deque Undoc for PDF empowers users and organizations by ensuring that existing business documents are prepared and formatted for repurposing into word processor and document layout tools, loadable into Web portals, customer relationship management and records management solutions.
"Our goal has been to make content republishing and repurposing as easy as possible," said Preety Kumar, President of Deque Systems Inc. "Organizations struggle with managing content in a variety of document standards. By streamlining standards, organizations more rapidly accrue the benefits of their web portal strategy, reduce costs and effort and reusing existing PDFs in publishing, and make content reuse practical," she concludes.
Deque Undoc for PDF is the first product in Deque's content standards management line. This product line complements the existing Deque Ramp product line. The Deque Undoc and Ramp product lines are designed to encourage process workflow to streamline efforts at managing content for accessibility. "We've long been the technology leader in remediation to meet Section 508 and W3C Accessibility Guidelines," says Cheryl Holmes, Deque's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Making training materials accessible under Section 504 is now a straightforward, manageable process using Deque Ramp and Deque Undoc product families."
Introductory pricing for Deque Undoc for PDF has been set at $695 per user upon release in late Spring 2004.
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