FormRouter, Inc. announced new subscription pricing for its LiveCycle Reader Extensions Service for organizations seeking to deploy PDF forms with advanced usage rights such as digital signatures and ability to fill and save offline. LiveCycle Reader Extensions allows organizations to enable advanced forms-processing features within Adobe Reader. When a rights-enabled PDF document is opened in Adobe Reader, users can access advanced features such as 2D barcodes, digital signatures, and offline save. Once the document is submitted or closed, these special rights are disabled until the user receives another rights-enabled PDF file. The FormRouter subscription service allows individuals with no technical experience to convert existing PDF documents into secure, Internet hosted forms, with no programming and no hardware installation. As PDF forms are submitted, encrypted results are routed directly to the form owner’s desktop. Documents that require extended-rights can be enabled by FormRouter and deployed using the FormRouter service and/or Adobe’s LiveCycle server solutions. Encrypted form submissions may be loaded directly into Microsoft Access, SQL Server or any ODBC compliant database. Integrated alerts support e-mail notification, payment processing through VeriSign and Authorize.Net and CRM integration with