Not your GrandFather’s PDF, Says AIIM

By Scott Mackey | April 16, 2010

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Adlib will be at AIIM International Expo & Conference 2010 next week in Philadelphia. We’ll be exhibiting at Booth # MP6 in the Microsoft pavilion at the AIIM show.

The show includes information about BPM/workflow, collaboration/social software, data capture and imaging, eDiscovery, ECM essentials, document management and many other topics pertaining to information transfer.

AIIM, in cooperation with the content management industry, is committed to evolving various PDF standards – such as PDF/A, PDF/E and PDF/UA –  to accommodate future needs and technologies.

Speaking of AIIM, we just came across an interesting article by the organization this month titled “Not Your Grandfather’s Portable Document” that gives an interesting overview of where the PDF is at today compared to at its conception, and where PDFs are headed.

Part of where PDFs are headed is firmly towards integration with Microsoft’s juggernaut, SharePoint which is becoming the standard itself in collaboration and content management for enterprises. Adlib has its own unique offering, PDF for SharePoint that makes content stored in SharePoint more accessible, ensures compliancy by centralizing the publishing of SharePoint documents to PDF and reduces costs for SharePoint based solutions by automating document workflows to eliminate inefficiencies.

We will be happy to discuss our SharePoint offering at our Microsoft Pavilion booth (MP6) at AIIM; hope to see you there next week!

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