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StreamServe Partners with Adobe to Support XML Forms Architecture for Dynamic Enterprise Publishing

StreamServe Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement with Adobe Systems Incorporated to provide support for XML Forms Architecture (XFA), the format of Adobe LiveCycle Designer software. This collaboration provides a common design environment for the production and distribution of business-critical documents in support of both interactive and high-volume output processes. XFA combines the data and capabilities of XML with rich presentation capabilities for multi-channel delivery, including PDF. Adobe LiveCycle Designer enables the creation of dynamic XFA form templates. This software supports XML data and schema bindings, enhances document security with template designs for digital signatures and enables compliance with government accessibility requirements for online forms. With it, anyone with Adobe Reader software can participate in secure, interactive data capture processes that extend to customers, partners or suppliers. Examples include new account applications, bid response or correspondence generation. StreamServe Persuasion permits companies to take information from enterprise applications such as ERP, CRM, SCM and legacy systems and transform it into business correspondence that acts as a dynamic and personalized marketing vehicle for cross-sell, up-sell and brand building.

eForms Resources

I spent some time updating my eForms Resources page, which I have also reformatted and moved to a new location. I used the latest version of Onfolio, which has a few nice new features, including support for Firefox (yes!) and a tool for automatically creating an RSS feed.
One new resource I listed is a blog by Christophe Dumonet, General Manager of the company Unique World Software, developer of InfoView, the InfoPath web viewer that converts InfoPath forms to a form suitable for the Internet.

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