Eclipse Corporation Enhances DocOrigin Platform with New PDF Capabilities

Eclipse Corporation is releasing an updated version of its DocOrigin platform, enhancing its design and creation features for Universally Accessible PDFs.

With PDF/UA conforming files, readers, and assistive technology, individuals and others with disabilities can have equal access to online information such as invoices, order acknowledgements, statements, educational and training materials, important documentation, online employment applications, and purchasing products and services.

PDF/UA compliant documents contain tags that identify content according to structure, allowing documents containing static or dynamic images, form fields, tables, lists, and other information to be rendered properly utilizing a number of different assistive devices such as screen magnifiers, text-to-voice devices and braille keyboards, and readersDesigning.

Other features of DocOrigin PDF/UA integration include meeting ISO 14289-1 and WCAG 2.0 standards for accessible PDF documents, the ability to merge any data type into a form or document template to produce PDF/UA, eliminating finger pointing between pre-processing and post processing products, and more.

For more information about this news, visit http://eclipsecorp.us. 

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