DocConverter allows users to control PDF conversion through their entire enterprise, while managing the processes from a single location. DocConverter 8.1.0 expands on its ability to transform hundreds of file types to-and-from high-fidelity PDF, while implementing the latest upgrades that includes performance enhancements and features such as digital signature functionality.
“While digital signature technology is becoming more mainstream, there’s still work to be done in regards to the many ways businesses use and work with them in a high-volume PDF environment,” says Tim Sullivan, ActivePDF chief architect and CEO. “DocConverter 8.1.0 continues the work by giving users the ability to extract digital signature details within emails. One great use for this functionality is the ability to easily extract and store the signature certificate and save to contact entries. We’re very excited to roll out this feature and others in DocConverter 8.1.0.”
In addition to general updates to the code base for improved performance, new features to DocConverter 8.1.0 include:
- The ability to easily extract digital signature details within emails
- LibreOffice 5.4 update
DocConverter 8.1.0 also includes CADConverter functionality, making it easy to convert complex CAD files such as drawings, plans and diagrams to high-fidelity PDF and PDF/A files.
Founded 2000, ActivePDF Inc., is privately held and is a global provider of PDF tools for integration within virtually any business process, including digital transformation, enterprise content management (ECM), document management, and workflow solutions. The ActivePDF suite of technologies and solutions are represented amongst 40% of Fortune 500 companies and are designed to streamline large volumes of rendering and assembly of content into accurate, secure and accessible PDFs. They serve over 25,000 customers from 90 countries in numerous industries such as healthcare, financial, education, manufacturing, utilities, engineering, legal and government.
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