DocBridge Mill Plus supports HTML5 and PDF/UA
Market introduction at this year's Comparting in October
Böblingen, August 18, 2014 - How can a company leverage its legacy IT infrastructure and process its documents regardless of type, format, age and source so they can be output over all physical and digital channels? The entire Compart portfolio reflects this central question in customer communication today. The solutions from experienced specialists for optimizing data streams are laying the foundation for device-independent document processing, beyond the confines of the A4 format, display size, and limited access for those with disabilities.
One milestone in this arena is the new version of DocBridge Mill Plus, which will hit the market at the beginning of October right before this year's Comparting. It has a new component that allows documents to be generated in HTML5, the critical data format for display on the Web. The input files with a page layout are converted to output files with automatic breaks, modified to the given display capabilities (screen size, resolution). This means any type of document can be retrieved from the archive, converted to HTML5, and displayed and processed in the relevant specialist application. A typical scenario occurs in banks, where sensitive documents such as securities statements are regularly retrieved. They are displayed locally to the processor, but may only be saved and processed centrally.
Barrier-free documents and metadata for automatic invoice processing
Another new feature of DocBridge Mill Plus is the ability to generate valid PDF/UA documents automatically with very little manual effort. Firms that need their customer correspondence to be accessible to all get just the right technological support with the Compart solution. Overall the new release is substantially more user-friendly. More and more functions can be set up using simple wizards and are easy to master even for users with little programming skill. DocBridge Mill Plus also supports current developments such as XMP, further advancing the automation and standardization in digital document exchange. Attendees of Comparting on October 16th and 17th, 2014 in Böblingen will have an opportunity to see it all for themselves.
For more information, and to register for Comparting on October 16-17, 2014 in Böblingen, go to www.compart.com/comparting.
For journalists: Press roundtable at Comparting on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 2:45 p.m.
Compart is a leading international supplier of multi-channel solutions for document processing and management. The company, headquartered in Germany, has been a market presence for over twenty years and has subsidiaries in Europe and North America as well as a network of partners in Latin America.
Compart helps companies boost the efficiency of their operations with solutions for quick and flexible processing of high-volume data streams and document quantities. The scalable and platform-independent DocBridge® family of products, designed, developed and supported by Compart, allows documents to be output anytime, anywhere, digitally or on paper.
The company enjoys a worldwide reputation as an innovative market leader as well as a developer of professional and leading-edge solutions in the field of document management. More than 1,200 customers in 42 countries rely on Compart solutions, in industries that range from finance, insurance, and retail to printers, telecommunications, utilities and healthcare. Furthermore, Compart is a technology partner for numerous leading manufacturers in the industry. www.compart.com