PDF Render Center enables you to convert documents by means of batch jobs and process PDF files. It can be also easily integrated into existing document management systems. PDF Render Center is perfect for small and midsize business, in which the use of paper documents should be avoided and several thousands of documents should be automatically managed. It allows a more efficient processing of a greater number of documents and at the same time reduces or even cancels costs for copying and archiving.
PDF Render Center converts all documents, which are important for your enterprise, as well as data from electronic sources, into PDF documents and/or images. Then these documents will be available in back end systems for administration in your databases as well as in document management and content management systems. The contents, which are first unstructured, can be systematically organized, archived, protected and sent with PDF Render Center. Besides, you can define the enterprise-wide rules and directives to point out an optimal document workflow.
Usually PDF Render Center should be installed on a network server and is set to perform the following tasks:
creation and conversion of PDF documents as well as of documents
in other formats in an office network. Besides, a production and distribution can be provided according to the suitable user tasks from any working place.
processing of great document volumes in a fully automatic mode
with high productivity
PDF Render Center allows a wide range of operations with documents in different formats:
PDF and PDF/A creation from various printable formats: for
example, MS Office formats, formatted and plain text, HTML files and Web sites, images (TIFF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP)
import of MS Office meta information, such as links, table of
contents (TOC), form fields and control elements, comments, from Word, Excel, PowerPoint documents in PDF documents
conversion of PDF in PDF/A-1a and 1b
export of PDF documents in ASCII text or images (TIFF, JPEG, PNG),
including multipage TIFFs, as well as CMYK
PDF Render Center suggests several communication possibilities between an end user and PDF RC in a network (Internet Explorer, Outlook, etc.). All variants base on a standard software.
There are many methods to send the output documents from PDF RC to end
user: copy to a folder, send as an attach, etc.).
The integration with document management software can be vreated through two interfaces: COM interface and Web services.
Flexible and transparent license and price models give any customer a possibility to pay only for the functionality they need.
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