Recently, CrawfordTech announced the DTE 4.7 release and highlighted the new capability of transforming print-ready documents to Responsive HTML communications. While the need to make HTML responsive to the device being used by sighted customers is clear, understanding the value for those who are blind or partially sighted is key to ensuring a comprehensive communications strategy.
One of the biggest headaches experienced by printers today is managing small jobs. Companies that invested in equipment and software optimized for high volume production are seeing their operations become less efficient as they try to juggle the processing characteristics of multiple jobs that have shrunk in volume.
This is the second post in our blog series about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations, which came in to full effect last month (25th May 2018). Last time we looked briefly at what’s new in the regulations and what this means for any company, worldwide, who is capturing and processing the personal data of EU citizens.
The phrase ”All customer situations are unique” is very true when discussing how organizations implement accessibility for customer-facing documents. Crawford Technologies has been developing enterprise scale document accessibility solutions for over 10 years, and has worked closely with customers to implement these solutions. My conclusion is that no two are alike.