Using the Portable Document Format (PDF) can eliminate a number of problems when sharing files. From fonts and formatting to images, tags, bookmarks and more, PDF ensures your document looks exactly as you intended when it is opened by the recipient. Depending on how your file was created, it could be a larger file size [...]
Appligent specializes in providing Software and Services for processing PDF content.
Our Software ranges from desktop applications and plug-ins to server-based applications for high-volume, automated management of PDF workflows.
Our Services are focused on the efficient use of PDF and range from remediation of PDF files for accessibility and Section 508 compliance to PDF forms development and custom software development.
At Appligent, we deliver the infrastructure for advanced document management.
Plug-ins and Desktop applications include:
Appligent’s Services are focused on the efficient use of PDF
Appligent provides remediation services to make your PDF documents accessible to individuals using screen readers and other assistive technologies. Our experienced staff specializes in complex documents.
Whether you already have a PDF form, a Word file or are starting from paper, our forms development services save time and allow you to take advantage of all of the great features available in fillable and interactive PDF forms.
We provide state of the art, publication-grade scanning services. Our non-destructive processes capture and convert paper based content to high quality PDF files suitable for printing or distributing as electronic content. We also provide full service disc design, development and production services for delivering content on DVD and USB drives.
We provide analysis, design, architecture, programming, testing, installation and long-term technical support for a variety of custom applications in addition to our commercial software.
A significant portion of people around the world use assistive technology to aid sensory, motor or cognitive disabilities, but improperly designed website elements render these tools nearly useless. Every aspect from navigation to website text to images to downloadable documents should be available to those who use assistive technology. Section 508 compliance is an involved process with no easy fixes. However, there are some initial, cost-effective steps you can take on your way to becoming compliant.
As a Redax user, you probably know that it includes a variety of built in patterns to find and mark text for redaction. Standard patterns include Social Security numbers, different date formats, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and more. To see all the available patterns, just go to the Redax menu and select Find Using Pattern. [...]
Just as physical accessibility to stores, offices and public buildings is now commonplace, so should access to information in documents and on websites. However, experts say that’s the last thing on many web developer’s minds. “It is disappointing to me that we have seen lots of mainstream technology get easier and more attractive, but the [...]
Cutting operational costs, moving to greener methods and even regulatory compliance are all factors driving the move away from paper records and other documents and towards secure electronic equivalents. A leading part of more “secure” electronic equivalents is the digital signature. While Europe has seen a steady increase, the United States is slowly adopting digital [...]
Millions of US citizens must use assistive technology (AT) to read electronic content. A decade ago this month, the US Federal government’s Section 508 regulations went into effect to ensure equal access to information. Just as intended, the regulations – applicable to both the Federal government and its contractors – accelerated commercial activity around meeting [...]