Innovates with PCL6 Parser, enhanced PDF/A generator for ECM Archiving,
E-Statement and Print Applications
TORONTO, Nov. 27 /CNW/ - Xenos Group Inc. (TSX: XNS) announced today the
release of Xenos d2e Vision(TM) v3.0 for transforming print documents into
electronic formats. Designed for rapid and seamless integration with
e-Business applications, version 3.0 includes a new PCL parser supporting the
PCL 6/XL format, an enhanced PDF/A generator and numerous new features and
Xenos continues to innovate with new and enhanced capabilities in Xenos
d2e Vision, written 100% in Java, to meet the business and technical
requirements of our industry-leading customers and partners.
New Features in Xenos d2e Vision Version 3.0 include:
- New PCL Parser: Transforms PCL printed output for desktop or
production printers to other viewing and print formats. Supports
- Enhanced Barcode Support in AFP Parser: Enhanced barcode capabilities
to existing support added to AFP Parser in version 2.1 for all the
major barcode (BCOCA) formats including 2D-Matrix.
- PDF/A Font Subsetting: The PDF/A generator, released in September
2006, has been enhanced to support the subsetting of embedded fonts
to minimize storage requirements for long-term archiving. Subsetting
reduces the file size of the generated PDF/A file by only including
the characters of a font that are actually used in the document.
- PDF Generator Fonts: Further enhanced Font Mapping capabilities to
enable dynamic inter-character adjustment, further increasing the
fidelity of generated PDF documents.
- Double-Byte Character Support: Further enhanced existing industry-
leading double-byte character support with support for Japanese
double-byte raster character sets and Chinese character sets within
PCL documents for transformation.
- AFP Generator Enhancements: Anamorphic images support added for AFP
IOCA objects. Added AFP font generation from TrueType fonts. Enhanced
TLE placement and generation capabilities. Compression added for Page
Segment resources generated.
- Image Conversion: Added the conversion of grayscale images in PDF to
the AFP RGB standard for AFP generation.
- Performance Enhancements: Improved existing highly scalable
"Xenos again is innovating with this announcement of support for the
PCL6/XL format to enable enterprise-scale online document presentment
solutions and high-volume production print environments," stated Jeff
Williams, Director, Product Management, Xenos Group Inc. "The addition of PCL6
support, numerous key enhancements and the performance increases we have
implemented in Xenos d2e Vision v3.0 enable organizations to cost-effectively
present or print business critical documents - regardless of the tools and
systems used to create, archive and view them - without change to their
Xenos d2e Vision provides flexible electronic content management, ECM
archiving and dynamic e-business Web document presentment solutions with data
extraction, document separation, transformation and repurposing capabilities.
The easy-to-use graphical user interface, d2e Vision Developer Studio, enables
higher productivity and faster return on investment.
Xenos (TSX:XNS) high-performance software solutions streamline enterprise
information supply chains. We enable our customers to process, transform,
repurpose, personalize and deliver their data and documents when they need it,
where they need it and how they need it. Xenos extends the value of existing
IT investments, enabling organizations to increase efficiency, agility and
By streamlining, standardizing and automating the handling of information
on demand, our customers reduce costs while increasing a powerful competitive
advantage - adaptability. Xenos has customers worldwide in financial services,
insurance, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics,
transportation, retail and government sectors. Xenos sells and supports its
solutions directly from offices in Canada, the United States, the United
Kingdom and France and through a global partner network. For more information,
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