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Topic: Suppport needed
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59407
From: Yorick
Date: 5/29/2002 05:38 PM


Our company develops websites and would like to
utilise PDF technology for a new product we wish
to launch. A part of our product will require a PDF
solution in which users can upload their
documents / reports via a web browser and
automatically have them converted to PDF (the
same features as Adobe are current offering on the
main web site).

We are looking for developers/companys that can
advise us on the following options can:

1. develop a software solution for us to run on our
2. recomend development software that we can
use ourselves
3. facilitate a portal to servers that will seemlessly
(in the background) convert our customers
documents to PDF.

I would very much appreciate any advice on how
we can get started.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Dr. Yorick Benjamin, EDEN BV, Amsterdam,

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