Year Appligent Document Solutions
2011 SecurSign becomes the first commercial server digital signing product to support PDF/A
2010 Appligent Document Solutions completes transitioning all applications to the Adobe PDF Library.
2009 Appligent Document Solutions releases pdfHarmony to harmonize large collections of PDF documents. Appligent Document Solutions is first-to-market with 3rd party support for AES 256-bit password PDF encryption in a server application.
2008 Appligent and Document Solutions, Inc. merge to form Appligent Document Solutions
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Appligent is first to deliver a redaction product which supports "Redaction by Category"; allowing the user to repurpose a single work document to produce redacted documents for multiple target audiences. DSI introduces the Forms Transfer Convention (FTC) to preserve complete PDF form-states via FDF.
Appligent is the first third party developer to port Acrobat plug-ins to the Nuance PDF Converter Professional environment.
AppendPDF Pro, FDFMerge, FormAssembler, SecurSign and StampPDF Batch certified as Ready for IBM's eServer with Linux (R) for xSeries, pSeries, iSeries and zSeries architectures.
Appligent is first to support PDF form templates for mass generation of data intensive electronic forms.
Appligent's Redax Enterprise Server is the first server-based solution for redacting PDF documents. DSI introduces the Advanced all-PDF disc interface, allowing custom index databases to be embedded within PDF files.
Appligent is first to market with its SecurSign application for digitally signing PDF files consistent with the Adobe Digital Signature Mechanism.
2001 Digital Applications, Inc. changes its name to Appligent, Inc.  FDFMerge is released on IBM OS/390 DSI is first to market with Section 508 compliance services for PDF.
Appligent (Digital Applications) releases revolutionary form flattening in FDFMerge 3.0. Form flattening removes the fillable fields and stamps the data directly into the PDF document. DSI is first in the world to offer accessibility services for PDF content and completes conversion of historical United Nations Yearbooks to PDF.
Appligent is first to release stamping and Bates numbering for PDF documents beginning with StampPDF Plug-in 1.2 and StampPDF Batch 1.1. DSI introduces "Brochure Grade" document imaging standards.
Appligent (Digital Applications) is first to release server-based PDF applications: AppendPDF, StampPDF Batch and FDFMerge. In one of the first large-scale AcroForms implementations, DSI adds form fields to 30,000 pages for a major insurance broker.
1997 Appligent (Digital Applications) is first to redact PDF with the release of the Redax plug-in for Adobe Acrobat. DSI introduces MultiResolution PDF; maximum image and text quality with the smallest possible file-size for scanned content.
Appligent (Digital Applications) creates the Acrobat portion of Authentica's PageRecall application, then the most secure PDF security technology available. DSI introduces "All-PDF" and "Heuristic Indexing System" disc interfaces for publications and document collections.
1996 Appligent (Digital Applications) releases our first commercial plug-ins DateD & TimedOut.  These are configured as an Administrative plug-in and a Reader plug-in. Document Solutions is founded as the world's first dedicated PDF services company.
Appligent (Digital Applications) is first to develop a stand-alone PDF viewer for presentation to the National Institute of Standards and Technology to prove PDF files can be viewed without using Adobe Systems technology.
1993 Adobe Systems releases PDF 1.0. Appligent (then Digital Applications, Inc.) builds a PDF parser to extract document structure information from PDF files, building  search and analysis tools for new drug applications to the US FDA.