Version 6 of Solid Framework SDK
Solid Framework, a royalty free .NET class library, gives companies the ability to integrate the best PDF to Word technology into internal applications for enterprise use or unlimited public distribution in 3rd party solutions.
Redmond, Washington, July 1, 2009. Solid Documents, the company behind Solid Converter PDF, the world’s leading PDF to Word conversion software, today announced version 6 of Solid Framework SDK.
The technology from Solid Documents offers unmatched Microsoft Word output. As Terry Lawlor, VP Solutions at SDL plc says:
“Translators are often asked to translate PDF documents, but previously there was no easy answer. Now, the integration of Solid Framework into SDL Trados 2009 provides the perfect solution for them. We found Solid Documents an easy company to work with and we were able to quickly integrate its technology with ours. The API is easy to use, the software is robust and reliable and the quality of the output is very good. We have had excellent feedback from our customers and we anticipate a long and successful partnership with Solid Documents. “
Solid Framework developer toolkit includes:
Version 6 comes with new price structures for internal use within the enterprise as well as a royalty-free license for redistribution in 3rd party applications. Solid Framework allows companies to deliver powerful solutions to the market and/or the organization faster. For more information visit the official Solid Framework website – http://www.solidframework.net .
About Solid Documents:
Solid Documents is a leading provider of easy-to-use document utility tools, including Solid Converter® PDF, Solid PDF Tools, Solid Converter® DWG, Solid Capture, and other products. The company creates an array of affordable document conversion, image capturing, and digital editing products that are backed by superior customer service and support. Company success can be attributed to one fundamental design principle: Keep it simple.
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