Adlib and Microsoft extend an established partnership to continue providing document transformation solutions to enterprise customers worldwideBURLINGTON, ONTARIO, CANADA – April 4, 2013 - Adlib announced today it has been selected to participate in the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) Alliances program. Adlib document-to-PDF transformation capabilities will be available to Microsoft customers from around the world for use during engagements at MTCs around the world.
Microsoft built and developed its MTCs to create a collaborative environment to provide customers with access to innovative technologies that solve complex business problems, and reduce deployment times and associated costs which includes recommending partner technologies that extend and augment Microsoft products.
MTCs include a spectrum of purpose-built environments to ensure world class learning and development experiences. MTC staff members are experts in Microsoft technology solutions. They work with customers’ teams to find solutions to technology challenges. MTCs have also formed alliances with industry leaders to provide comprehensive resources, including hardware, software, and services.
Adlib has hosted events at MTCs to demonstrate how current Adlib clients are using Adlib PDF Enterprise with the Microsoft SharePoint Connector and Microsoft Exchange Connector to automate document transformation processes, and assist with regulatory compliance.
“We’re happy to have Adlib as a MTC alliance partner,” said Ed Hild, MTC Principal Technical Architect, Microsoft. "Their presence in the MTC are important in proving to IT Directors, Project Managers, Compliance Managers, and other executives how automating document conversion in SharePoint saves people-hours and costs, while extending the value of their SharePoint investments.”
As a Microsoft Gold Application Development Partner, Adlib delivered Adlib PDF Publisher for SharePoint 2013, one of only four third party applications available at the launch of the SharePoint 2013 Marketplace preview in July, 2012.
“Being invited to join the Microsoft Technology Centers Alliance program is another milestone in our ongoing partnership with Microsoft and a key vehicle for accelerating and closing Microsoft related opportunities,” said Peter Duff, President and CEO, Adlib. “By working together with Microsoft through the MTCs we will drive joint initiatives to provide customers with augmented and more complete solutions.”
Adlib is the expert in document-to-PDF transformation, providing the most accurate and scalable document-to-PDF solutions available to the world’s largest organizations, improving the efficiency, quality, and control of document-intensive business processes to optimize productivity, mitigate risk, and reduce costs.
Being the trusted technology provider to Global 2000 organizations for more than decade, Adlib supports over 5,000 international companies and government organizations to help them reduce the financial exposure and risk of non-compliance with regulatory agencies, reduce IT costs by centralizing document transformation, and deliver content-to-PDF as a shared service across the enterprise.
Adlib is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a member of the PDF/A Competence Center, and an EMC Certified Solution provider. For more information, visit adlibsoftware.com.
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