ORPALIS has developed a native PDF/A converter engine for its document imaging SDK for any software development, GdPicture.NET.
Muret, France, July 25th
Many industries have been using PDF/A documents since the release of the first version of the ISO standard for long-term preservation in 2005, because of the increase in legal archiving needs in public administrations, finance, insurance, healthcare, and law.
However, with the digitization process spreading worldwide, using and archiving electronic documents is now often made mandatory by many countries’ legislation for all organizations.
Since version 14.1.22 GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK includes a built-in PDF/A converter which can be integrated into any desktop or Web application.
- Converts 100+ formats to PDF/A
- Native PDF/A converter
- All PDF/A substandards are supported
- Conversion by direct modification
- Conversion by vectorization
- Conversion by rasterization
- Passes the veraPDF validator
- Passes Adobe Acrobat Preflight tool
To be sure that the PDF/A files created by the GdPicture.NET PDF/A converter engine are compliant with the ISO standard, testing has been made with the veraPDF validator, which is vendor-neutral (funded by the European Union) and supported by the industry.
A web version of the PDF/A converter is available for free on AvePDF free online PDF and document tools.
GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK and its Web extension DocuVieware HTML5 Viewer and Document Management Kit can be tested for 60 days on the GdPicture website.
ORPALIS is specialized in automating large-scale document-based processes, providing document imaging and document-management toolkits as well as software tools for the general public. ORPALIS is the creator, developer, and owner of the comprehensive document imaging toolkit series released under the brand “GdPicture”, now a worldwide known and respected leader in the imaging technologies industry. More than 13,000 developers based in over 70 countries have included GdPicture components in their applications. In 2011 ORPALIS releases PaperScan, marking the beginning of a new line of products meant for end-users. PDF Reducer is launched in 2013. In 2015 a most powerful universal HTML5 viewer and document management kit called DocuVieware is made available to the public. The same year, a software tool for converting scanned documents to the searchable PDF/OCR format, the ORPALIS PDF OCR, is launched. In 2016 DocuVieware Lite Free HTML5 Document Viewer is released. PassportPDF, released in 2018, is a modern cloud infrastructure offering freemium microservices via the AvePDF web application which addresses document management challenges of professional and general public users.