PDFxStream is used by companies and governments around the world to process billions of documents yearly.
These are just a few of their stories.
Reporting Requirements of U.S. Congress Leads The National Institutes of Health to Implement PDFxStream
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is successfully using PDFxStream to automate the text extraction process for thousands of archived research grant applications in PDF format. The process is enabling the NIH to feed its content analysis systems with thousands of archived grant applications, and in turn generate more accurate funding reports required by Congress.
“We feel [Snowtide Informatics] truly went the extra mile to make us happy – and their responsive, knowledgeable tech support was an unexpected benefit.” Shailender Chohan, Senior Developer, NIH
GWAVA is successfully using PDFxStream to enable its Retain email archiving and retention solution to archive and index millions of PDF email attachments each day. This pairing enables GWAVA to deliver to its customers more comprehensive and capable email archiving processes that comply with corporate auditing requirements and government regulatory measures.
PDFxStream was the only solution that clearly had the primary goal of quality text extraction, rather than handling that as an afterthought. Michael Bell, Vice President of R & D, GWAVA
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The State of Michigan has deployed PDFxStream to support essential reporting requirements in its revamp of a key statewide service delivery system.
"PDFxStream was selected because of its capabilities, ease of integration, ease of use and performance." Chris Weiss, System Architect, State of Michigan
Zinio uses PDFxStream as the foundation of its digital magazine and book search features, which index every issue of every magazine from over 250 publishers that are digitally distributed to over 3.5 million readers each month.
"PDFxStream reliably gave us the best results [of the PDF extraction libraries we tested]. It worked well with our foreign language documents." Douglas Kadlecek, Director of Engineering, Zinio