19 April 2007
StreamServe partners with Adobe for next gen XFA publishing
Electronic document software firm StreamServe is working with Adobe Systems to support XML Forms Architecture (XFA), the format of Adobe LiveCycle Designer software for XML form design.
It’s about bringing on personalised document generation by providing a common design environment for manufacturers to produce and distribute business- documents in interactive and high-volume processes.
XFA combines the data and capabilities of XML with rich presentation functions for multi-channel delivery, including PDF. Adobe LiveCycle Designer lets you create dynamic XFA form templates. This supports XML data and schema bindings, enhances document security with template designs for digital signatures and enables compliance requirements for online forms.
With it, companies can extend their investment in XML by enabling anyone with Adobe Reader software to participate in secure, interactive data capture processes – internal and external.
“With this agreement, we continue to extend the reach of XFA and enable enterprises to standardise on a common design environment for all business-critical communications,” says David Mendels, senior vice president, Enterprise and Developer Business Unit, Adobe.
“This partnership empowers both StreamServe and Adobe customers with the ability to streamline extended business processes that deliver personalised information at every step,” adds Chris Stone, president and CEO of StreamServe. “This approach can help organisations enhance customer relationships and drive additional revenues across their entire customer base.”
Adobe Systems UK Ltd
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