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ADTS Support Ends Dec 31, 2016: Now what?

Date: Thursday December 08, 2016
Time: 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM ()
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You may be aware that Adlib has been the high-definition PDF solution trusted by thousands of EMC customers for 10+ years. However, did you know that Documentum CTS Documents does not include Adlib? It was downgraded to a different and lower capability technology in v7.x.  Customers will need to migrate, as the Advanced Document Transformation Service (ADTS) component will no longer be supported as of December 31, 2016. To help ease the transition Adlib is offering simple, low cost options to avoid all service disruption risk.

Did you know that the last day of support for ADTS is Dec 31, 2016?

Join this live webinar on December 8th at 10:00am EST for a discussion on the state of the industry and how to protect yourself from changes that are fast approaching. Learn the answers to some frequently asked questions:

  • Why is ADTS going EOS/EOL and how will that affect your ability to meet compliance regulations?
  • What functionality will you lose after December 31, 2016?
  • What are the options available to your organization to ensure you continue to leverage Advanced Rendering?
  • What are the main drivers of content transformation and how effective are your current solutions?

Register for the webinar today!

Join Tim Wikander, Sr Channel Manager at Adlib, and learn about Advanced Rendering document transformation options and roadmaps – and how you can ensure your organization doesn’t lose the features you need to keep the business running smoothly.

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Tim Wikander

Tim Wikander

Sr. Channel Sales Manager
Adlib
Tim Wikander is an Enterprise Content Management professional with over 15 years in the industry. Throughout his career, Tim has worked for a number of ECM ISV organizations and today currently holds the position of Senior Channel Sales Manager at Adlib Software. In his current role, Tim’s primary responsibility is managing the EMC and OpenText relationships with Adlib and the day to day interactions between the organizations.