Press Release

Datalogics Announces Release of PDF OPTIMIZER, a New Scriptable Server Tool

Chicago, IL, December 4, 2017 – Datalogics, the premier source for PDF, EdTech and eBook technologies, announces the release of PDF OPTIMIZER - a powerful new scriptable server tool that simplifies the PDF file size reduction process for more efficient file sharing and faster downloads.

PDF OPTIMIZER features core functionalities such as stream compression, image manipulation, font subsetting, and object clean up. Now available as a scriptable server tool, this PDF OPTIMIZER offers users an easy to use platform, while providing powerful customization options when needed. PDF OPTIMIZER can help reduce file size, while maintaining the original appearance of each document. Built on the same core technology as other Adobe products, this tool will achieve similar results as Adobe Acrobat - maintaining the same color and font reproduction as the original document.

“With the addition of PDF OPTIMIZER, we are now able to offer an easy-to-use tool for those customers looking to process content for online viewing and distribution. As with our other PDF Tools, this new server tool offers the same accuracy and reliability as the Adobe PDF Library,” states Vel Genov, Product Manager for PDF OPTIMIZER.

PDF OPTIMIZER is an enterprise-level tool with enterprise-level support – customers receive immediate access to a dedicated support representative. With PDF OPTIMIZER, you get a tool that you can rely on to achieve the optimal balance between document quality and reduced file size.

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About Datalogics

Datalogics, Inc. is a PDF, EdTech and eBook technology company, dedicated to providing the highest quality software. Based in Chicago, IL, we support hundreds of customers worldwide who are using our technology in diverse applications. With over 50 years of industry experience, we provide unmatched support, enabling customers to bring their products to market faster. Datalogics is on the PDF Association board, and is a member of both the W3C Transitional Publishing Industry (TPI) and the Readium Foundation.

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