Crawford Technologies, provider of innovative document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, has released a new version of its Digital Transform Engine (DTE), the core software infrastructure used in all Crawford Technologies’ print and document conversion and enhancement solutions. With the growing demand for technology that identifies and automates critical business processes, DTE V4.12 boasts greater flexibility, performance and efficiency in the creation of customer communications, including accessible documents. DTE V4.12 is engineered to reduce repetitive processes with productivity enhancements that help users decrease the time and effort to produce and onboard compliant customer communications. Additionally, the latest release offers new functionality that makes it possible to easily create accessible fillable forms, as well as automatically verify and report on PDF accessibility.
Additional upgrades of Crawford Technologies’ DTE V4.12 include:
• Automated scaling of select oversized or undersized pages to allow for barcode clear space and standardized page sizes, reducing manual processing and simplifying application onboarding
• Ability to intelligently merge print data from external files into print files and PDFs to enhance post-processing workflows and create more relevant, personalized communications
• Automatic tagging of incomplete structured transactional documents, resulting in improved productivity and reducing the cost of compliance for document remediation
• Many more enhancements, fixes and performance improvements
“Crawford Technologies is committed to helping organizations navigate the challenges of a changing work environment in the wake of COVID-19,” said Ernie Crawford, president and CEO of Crawford Technologies. “All our solutions are driven by our customers' feedback and insights that we incorporate into every new release. This ensures we can continue to effectively respond to their needs with products and services that scale to efficiently generate compliant communications while keeping costs to a minimum.”