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Crawford Technologies Releases Newest Version of its Software Solutions

August 22, 2017

Crawford Technologies, a provider of innovative document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, announces the release of the newest upgrade of its software suite, CrawfordTech Digital Transform Engine (DTE) 4.5. Key enhancements and product extensions included in CrawfordTech DTE 4.5 are part of the company’s commitment to provide customers with new features, customer-requested improvements and performance enhancements biannually.

CrawfordTech DTE is the core software infrastructure that is used in all of CrawfordTech’s print and document conversion and enhancement products. Its design guarantees that CrawfordTech’s products continue to deliver the industry’s best performance, allows supported products to run on all platforms and provides the foundation for extensive capabilities.

CrawfordTech DTE is used to power a wide range of products that include the ability to convert from virtually any print format to another; transform from print formats to electronic formats such as PDF and HTML; convert documents into Section 508 compliant accessible formats; incorporate document enhancements such as adding barcodes, colorizing elements, performing postal sorts, combining multiple documents into one; split a single print file into multiple document files; extract data from print files and document for indexing or reconstitution purposes, and more. The CrawfordTech DTE product suite includes the PRO Designer WYSIWIG design tool.

The key product extensions in CrawfordTech DTE 4.5 are:

  • New features in PRO Designer that make it easier than ever to design tagging rules to convert complex documents into accessible formats. In addition to accessibility support, PRO Designer now features expansion of wizards for additional easy-to-use functionality.
  • The extension of the MasterONE architecture  to support the capability to transform any print stream into Accessible HTML5 to automate the process of creating accessible web documents. It is now possible to easily convert transactional documents into Accessible HTML5 for a variety of customer delivery channels to meet individual delivery preference needs.
  • Access to the newly launched Auto Tagger for Accessibility, which automatically converts virtually any document into Accessible PDF or Accessible HTML5 tagged formats, making it possible to more easily provide those who are blind or partially sighted the information they need in their preferred format.
  • To support the growing migration to high-speed inkjet technology, additional new features in CrawfordTech DTE 4.5 include enhanced support for IJPDS. One key IJPDS improvement is the added support for multiple RIPs per ink. Improvements have also been made to simplify the print head configuration for inkjet print applications.

“The improvements we have made in this new release are a true example of Crawford Technologies’ commitment to customer-driven development,” said Ernie Crawford, president and CEO of Crawford Technologies. “Over 60 percent of the changes and improvements are a result of feedback from our customers. Obtaining this valuable insight makes it possible for all of Crawford Technologies’ software solutions to continue to evolve in step with our customers’ business needs.”

About Crawford Technologies

Crawford Technologies develops solutions that help enterprises optimize and improve the secure and accessible delivery, storage and presentment of their customer communications. As an award-winning, global provider of products and services with over 1,800 customers on six continents, Crawford Technologies enables some of the world’s largest banks, insurers, healthcare providers, utilities and print services companies to reduce costs, simplify processes and streamline mission-critical communications across all channels and in all formats. 

For more information, visit www.crawfordtech.com or TwitterLinkedIn or Facebook.

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