Appligent Document Solutions today announced its all-new website. The site includes over 800 pages of resources, services information and enhanced product documentation. Among other content, Appligent.com features a glossary of PDF technology and “Talking PDF”, ten years of articles and blog-posts by Appligent Document Solutions CEO Duff Johnson.
“The new site really details the full arc of our products and services, and that has us excited,” Duff Johnson said. “No company in the PDF space has ever offered our unique combination of software expertise with service-bureau know-how,” he pointed out. “PDF technology is used everywhere, from banking to healthcare, from government to manufacturing and distribution. Saving money means automating business processes, and that means managing and manipulating electronic paper, which today is a PDF file. That’s where we come in,” Johnson concludes.
The new website is WC3 XHTML 1.0 compliant, and complies with Section 508 to accommodate users with disabilities. “We make PDFs Section 508 compliant for Federal agencies, so an accessible website seemed like the right thing to do,” Johnson says.
Appligent Document Solutions server software for managing and manipulating PDF files is available for Windows, MacOS X, Linux, Solaris, AIX and HP-UX. It is rock-solid, designed for high performance, fully documented and backed by the best server software support team in the industry.
Formed by the January merger of Appligent, Inc. and Document Solutions, Inc., Appligent Document Solutions is also well known for Redax, the definitive PDF redaction software. In use for over 11 years by dozens of Federal agencies, the US military, and state agencies and law firms everywhere, Redax is the professional’s choice for permanently removing information from documents.
The company’s services unit provides PDF forms-development services, including validation, SmartForms and document automation. Experts in PDF accessibility since 2001, we also offer Section 508 compliance services for both PDF documents and forms, as well as CD/DVD-ROM development and publication imaging.