SwiftView makes managing electronic print-fomatted documents a snap using accurate, efficient
PCL, HPGL, and TIFF. Here are key aspects of Document Management in which customers apply SwiftView:
- Deliver via LAN, WAN, CD, email, website, or eLynx secure document delivery
- View accurately: looks online exactly like the printed original
- Print fast and accurately on any printer, anywhere
- Index and search: PCL text is also selectable - no OCR required!
- Archive in print formats that speed archiving and assure accuracy, usability
|SwiftView Customer Profiles: Document Management
|Internal report viewing
||Curtis & Tompkins uses
SwiftView to eliminate truckloads of paper and improve workflow efficiency and productivity with web-based
report viewing in their analytical laboratories.
|Simple COLD system
||A consultant for Intermountain Power used SwiftView to build a powerful, inexpensive COLD system for
IPSC that uses legacy data and forms. SwiftView manages PCL macros, enabling the system to combine forms with
compressed data seamlessly.
|Internet document delivery
|| This article
tells why Datatrac, a financial data reporting company, chose SwiftView to give their customers fast access to print-ready
documents on the internet, instead of using HTML or PDF.
|More than 35 Hewlett-Packard divisions
worldwide have adopted SwiftView as the common HPGL/PCL/TIFF viewer in the corporate Product
Design Management System. The move to SwiftView enabled HP to stop supporting the microfiche format.
|Web document repository
linked article in Real Times tells about Stewart Information's
E-commerce network RealEC, designed to order and deliver real estate information services with an Internet-
based document repository to provide on-line access to the documents related to real estate transactions.
|Web records access
||Government-owned Information Services Corporation (ISC) of Saskatchewan seleted SwiftView for
viewing online land titles and all other property records in the Province of Saskatchewan.
|Photos & Records
||Evans & Ricker, Inc.'s
Lock & Track corrections management system uses SwiftView to link color photos with archived
prisoner records. The high security integrated, automated management system can only be accessed
by authorized users.
|Access to city plans
linked article in The Business Journal of Portland, describes how all plans and maps
of projects built in the City of Tigard are stored in its graphic information system, accessed and
viewed by the public with SwiftView.
|Enhances product, ease of use
||Altec integrated the SwiftView viewer into its Doc-linkŪ product in the 1990s
and now uses the SwiftView PageExtractor to help process PCL files. Altec also uses the viewer to provide configuration
support within configuration screens.
We faced the prospect of extending our $50K custom document management system
to the desktop at $2,400 a seat. The functionality, usability and ODBC drivers all
would've been slow. With SwiftView and the intranet, we're doing it much better,
much faster, for virtually NOTHING.
- Paul Stamas, MIS Manager, AES
SwiftView's great. It's the only viewer we've found that can handle our requirements.
- Elliott Perry, Dell Computer
We are a school district of about 80,000 students in 200
schools. Our transportation (school bus) guys want to distribute route maps and
so forth using our www based intranet. PCL docs end up being smaller than
PDF so well be using SwiftView.
We're posting insurance forms in PCL directly to our intranet without conversion
into PDF. The accuracy issue is something we're thinking about now, as we've noticed that PDF
changes some things on the overlay forms.
Our website has a huge problem with PDF: our 45,000 sales
documents are big, slow and have poor integrity. SwiftView is preferable
and it's the only UNIX-and-Windows solution we could find.
Were viewing expense reports on the company's intranet. We tried to work with
PDF but we didn't have much control over it. SwiftViews pulled us out of a
bind. Accounting is married to this spreadsheet and the only way we can view it on the
intranet is in PCL with SwiftView.