Crawford Releases Digital Transform Engine 4.6

PrintAction Staff
January 02, 2018
By PrintAction Staff
Crawford Technologies of Toronto released an upgrade of its software based on the CrawfordTech Digital Transform Engine (DTE) 4.6, which is the company’s core engine used in products for print stream transforms, document reengineering and accessible document creation.

New capabilities in CrawfordTech DTE 4.6 include enhancements and product extensions like support for Auto Tagger for Accessibility, so users can convert documents in all print formats and PDFs into Section 508 compliant accessible documents.

The upgrade also includes new capabilities in the MasterONE Architecture for handling multiple languages in one pass, as well as enhancements to PRO Concatenator that now allow it to pass all PDF outline objects through when concatenating PDF files.

Enhancements to PRO Designer are designed to support greater usability when designating rules for creating accessible documents. The upgrade also includes an Enterprise license server that enables customers to manage their own licensing and, according to the company, makes it easier for them to make changes in their environment.

In total, the new software release includes more than 200 enhancements, fixes and performance improvements. “Crawford Technologies remains committed to its aggressive semi-annual schedule for new software releases that further enhances our ability to provide a platform-independent approach, leading system performance and superior innovation with all our solutions,” said Ernie Crawford, President and CEO of Crawford Technologies.

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