To test the software, users may upload their own PDF files of up to 5 MB to Appligent Document Solutions’ pdfHarmony server. The server processes the file and returns a report along with the repaired, optimized PDF.
pdfHarmony’s features include:
- Standardization of input PDF files from any creation software into true Adobe PDF
- Detection of PDF files that Adobe Reader cannot open
- Detection of PDF pages that would display with an error in Adobe Reader
- Safe repair and optimization of PDF files when possible
Developers and integrators can call pdfHarmony for on-demand processing under Windows, Linux, AIX and Solaris. pdfHarmony can be set to watch folders or process files in batch mode (recurse through subfolders). The software is extremely fast, capable of processing vast quantities of PDFs in minutes.
Document Quality Control: Manufacturing firms can use pdfHarmony to verify the integrity of vital drawings and documents.
Process Gatekeeper: Government agencies receive thousands of new PDF files each day, from a wide variety of sources. pdfHarmony can check each PDF for errors on entry. Some files are fixed, while unrecoverable files are clearly identified.
pdfHarmony is available now at a starting price of $4,995 per server for up to four (4) cores for Windows, Linux, AIX and Solaris. Additional cores may be licensed at a discount. Mac OS X, HP-UX and Linux 64-bit releases will be available soon.
Got PDF Problems? Get pdfHarmony!
Appligent Document Solutions also announced the launch of their pdfHarmony ad campaign: “Got PDF Problems? Get pdfHarmony!”
Running on a variety of networks and on over 100 IT-oriented websites, the campaign is a (well-worn) take-off on the famous “Got Milk?” campaign that began running in 1993 and continues to this day.
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