Ensure PDF/A compliance of your documents
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The 3-Heights™ PDF Validator safeguards the quality of PDF documents and the processes that create them. Documents are checked for conformance with the ISO standards for PDF and PDF/A documents.
PDF is a widespread format; it is therefore important that interoperability is ensured. Documents containing information of relevance to business or intended for archiving, in particular, need to be validated with regard to their correctness and long-term legibility. This is precisely what the Validator does, whether for a single document or an entire batch.
Verification of documents with regard to conformance with the PDF and PDF/A standard
Digital long-term archive
Integrate into archiving systems
Ensure conformance and corporate directives
The change to PDF/A has enabled the customer to profit from various advantages: the PDF documents, in contrast to TIFF pages, are searchable and the text can be reused through copy & paste. In addition, the tables of contents have retained their links, allowing users to quickly navigate through documents.
Electronic insurance applications were previously transferred as normal PDF documents, resulting in the necessity for a hand-written signature on paper. This process has been simplified with the implementation of the Signature Pad and the change to PDF/A format.
The Validator checks incoming mail documents for conformance with the minimum requirements, for instance with regard to security, conformance, reproducibility or standardization (PDF/A and PDF). Inadequate documents are rejected.
The component also performs the role of an archive gatekeeper, rejecting documents that do not comply with the standard. The Validator can also be used to validate the quality of existing archives and as a quality assurance tool during the conversion of TIFF archives to PDF/A.
The quality of outgoing PDF documents can be checked prior to dispatch. The tool can take guidelines issued by the recipient into account.
The Validator can be used in quality management. It is able to monitor conformance with guidelines (CI) across the company or conformity in general, for instance after conversion from another format.
The Validator serves to validate incoming and outgoing documents in applications such as workflow systems and DMS systems as well as – “you sign what you see” – in signature application software.
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If I use validation software from different manufacturers I sometimes get different results. Why can this happen? Does it mean that I can't trust the software? What can I do about it? I hear these and more questions very often and I can understand the user's concerns...